Tiger's biggest strength is his remarkable dancing skills.
Actor Tiger Shroff says his father Jackie Shroff is happy with the kind of work he is doing in the Hindi film industry.
Tiger forayed into Bollywood with Heropanti in 2014, and also did Baaghi, which will find its way onto small screen on August 15 on Zee Cinema channel. "My father really likes it when someone comes up to him and says 'Arey Whistle Baja ke Daddy' or asks him where am I. He is extremely happy with the kind of work that I have done so far,” Tiger said in a statement.
The young talent, who is a superlative dancer, said he is scared of his parents. "I am very restless and have a lot of anger within me but I channelise that through my dance and exercise. I believe in expressing anger in the right way.”
Tiger is known for his dancing as well as action scenes, but he is not bothered about getting typecast. “I am glad that I have created an identity for myself so early in my career.”
The actor is awaiting release of upcoming superhero film A Flying Jatt .
Talking about the film religious nods Balaji's head honcho had said at the trailer launch that the film is most Pro Sikh film ever. "From the script to the film, in each and every level of the film we have taken approvals and we have seen to it that no sentiments get hurt," Ekta Kapoor said.
Tiger, who is playing the superhero in the film, says it was great to work with Nathan Jones. "When it comes to action, it was a treat to work with him. He is very powerful, but he is also a thorough professional. He is also a wrestler, so he has control over his body language. None of us were injured while we were fighting," he said.
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