Welcome to Humor Nation. Within a short period of time, Tiger Shroff has achieved immense stardom and popularity in the Bollywood. The actor has made a name for himself in the industry. With only a few films, Tiger has established himself in the film business. Today in this article, we will be presenting to you some unknown facts and secrets of Tiger Shroff. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page Humor Nation.
So Let’s Take A Look At The Unknown Truth And Secrets Of Tiger Shroff
1. His Inspiration
When he was a kid, he was deeply inspired by the film ‘Enter The Dragon’, watching the action sequences of martial artist Bruce Lee, he decided to learn Martial Arts. Tiger has received the 5th Degree black belt in Taekwondo which is a big achievement.
If we talk about his dance inspirations then the actor has been always a big fan of Michael Jackson and Hrithik Roshan. It is his dream to act alongside Hrithik Roshan in a film. Tiger believes that Hrithik has created a unique identity for himself through his work and he cannot be compared with anyone. He’s a great actor and a great dancer. Hrithik’s film selection is also pretty unique. I also wanted to create my own unique identity in the industry.
2. When He Cried
When the trailer of his debut film ‘Heropanti’ was released, people were talking about the look of Tiger Shroff more than film’s content. The actor was trolled on the Internet for his looks. Tiger revealed in an interview that he felt it was the worst time in his life, he was worried that the audience would not accept him, and the film would flop. But when the movie was released, Heropanti did a business of Rs. 21 crores in merely three days and the overall collection was more than Rs. 50 crores. Even the people’s perception of the actor changed after the film.
3. Comparison With His Father
Since he comes from a star family, right from the beginning he’s been compared to his actor dad Jackie Shroff. Even though his career is pretty different from that of Jackie’s career. But the pressure of being a star kid has always been on his shoulders. Tiger in an interview revealed that no matter what he does, the media will always compare him with his father, and there will always be a fear of failure.