Tiger Shroff is an Indian film actor and martial artist who was born on 2nd of March, 1990.
His journey as an actor:
In the year 2009, he was said to decline the lead role in the remake of TV show Fauji He made a film debut with a leading role in 2014 action comedy Heropanti. He then starred in action drama Baaghi in the year 2016, and a superhero thriller A Flying Jatt in the same year.
His awards and recognitions:
Awards he received include the following:
- Stardust Awards for Superstar of Tomorrow-Male
- Big Star Entertainment Award for Best Male Debut
- Star Guild Award for Best Male Debut
- IIFA Award for Star Debut of the Year-Male
- Life Ok Screen Awards for Most Promising Newcomer-Male
For the movie ‘Heropanti’
His Personal Life:
Some of the lesser known fact about Tiger Shroff
- Does he smoke? : No
- Does he drink? : No
- He is a trained martial artist. He started getting trained from the age of 4.
- And he is a very shy and introvert nature.
- Also, he wanted to become a football player but changed his plans later.
- As well as he is a fan of WWE Wrestling.
- He was given a lead role in the remake of TV show ‘Fauji’ in the year 2009, but he later happened to decline it.
- Also he is 100% non-vegetarian.
- He helped Amir Khan during his workout session for Dhoom 3.Amir Khan even wanted to produce Tiger Shroff’s debut film.
- He spends most of his time gym to maintain his physique.
- Tiger considers Bruce Lee as his as his idol hero.
- He performed all his stunts himself without using ropes in his Debut film ‘Heropanti’.
- Tiger and Shraddha Kapoo were classmates whereas Athiya Shetty and Krishna Shroff were juniors in the same school.
Tiger Shroff’s affair news:
Tiger is said to be in a relationship with a model turned actress Disha Patani. But the two have maintained that they are just friends.There were rumors that Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon‘s affair in the movie industry. However, no one confirmed officially about their relationship. Actress Kriti Sanon paired with the actor for his first film Heropanti.
Ram Gopal Verma (RGV) trolls Tiger Shroff. He shames him for posing like a ‘Bikini Babe’
(3rd of March, 2017)
The default setting of RGV’s Twitter personality is plainly ‘rude’ and his latest target is actor Tiger Shroff, whose birthday was on 4th of March. RGV trolled the birthday boy with a series of tweets, each more insulting than the other.
In his tweets, RGV shames Tiger, a martial arts enthusiast, for posing in a still from his film Baaghi like a ‘bikini babe’ and advises him to learn ‘machoism’ from his father. “Truly real men like Bruce Lee and Jackie Shroff don’t ever pose in an Urmilaish way,” wrote RGV, managing in one fell tweet to insult both Tiger Shroff and actress Urmila Matondkar who RGV directed in films like Kaun and Bhoot.
Tiger Shroff’s mom and sister react to Ram Gopal Verma’s ‘bikini babe’ comment
(6th of March, 2017)
Jackie flatly refused to comment on Ramu’s tweets, while Tiger’s mother Ayesha and sister Krishna were initially reluctant to talk about Ramu’s rant. But they eventually opened up.
Ayesha says, “I was taken aback at the nastiness of his (Ramu’s) rant. It didn’t upset Tiger one bit. I don’t understand what the whole rant was about in the first place. What triggered it off? We have nothing to say about Ramu. But I would like to add this — I don’t understand why we still loosely use these outdated terms like ‘gay’ for defining somebody’s style. The world has evolved so much and everybody has their own individual, personal and artistic expressions. To me, a real man is one who knows how to treat a woman with respect and I have two in my life — Jackie and Tiger.”
Krishna says, “I don’t want to waste my time on pointless negativity. It’s absolutely irrelevant in our lives. I know that Tiger’s beyond such things. I am extremely protective of him, but only when I need to be. Tiger’s birthday was such a positive and happy day, I honestly laughed when I read Ramu’s tweets. Sounded like a big joke to me and wasn’t worth my time or energy. Do I think mocking Tiger was fair? Whatever floats his boat (smiles)? A real man knows how to be respectful and is kind to all, so in that case, Tiger is the ultimate man!”
Tiger Shroff pays tribute to his father in Munna Michael new song
(16th of February, 2017)
Tiger has filmed a song for Munna Michael, and he says it is a tribute to his father Jackie Shroff. Tiger says, “The song is a tribute to my father (Jackie Shroff). There is no better way I could have done it than as his Munna. Dad is my buddy, my first hero… He’s the reason I’m here. That’s why for this character I’m trying to live his life.”
“We styled Tiger in a manner similar to his father back in the day. The dance moves have also been designed keeping Jaggu dada in mind. Tiger somewhat looks like his dad from ‘Hero’. He has even spoken in that lukkha lingo and does it well,” Sabbir Khan said.
Ayesha Shroff, Tiger’s mother says that her son and her husband Jackie share personality traits and features. She further added, “When I saw the ‘Munna Michael’ song that he shot for last week, I was stunned. He has paid homage to Jackie and how! Tiger totally reminds me of Jackie from ‘Hero’, particularly the stubble, hairdo, his eyes and the clothes. It’s amazing how he’s pulled it off.”