Tiger Shroff is only a few films old. In a career spanning 4 years, he has mostly been cast in action dramas like Baaghi 1, Flying Jatt, where he experimented with the superhero genre, Heropanti, and Munna Michael. Through all of these films, Tiger has earned the image of an action hero, which differentiates him among his peers.
Tiger is grateful to enjoy a certain image so early on in his career. With respect to Baaghi 2, he has performed daredevil stunts, and complex action sequences to avenge a dear one’s loss. Director Ahmed Khan has strategically chosen two new emerging actors, Tiger and Disha Patani for his sequel, a pair so fresh and unseen. Viewers are looking forward to their on-screen romance, and the curiosity about their relationship, is adding immense the buzz of the film.
Tiger claims Disha is one person who is honest, straightforward, open and someone he can implicitly trust. The two often post Instagram stories right before their promotional events. A reserved actor, Tiger is selective about his friends and does not open up easily.
The actor will soon be seen in the popular Dharma Productions Franchise Student of the Year 2, as a lover boy, who gets bullied and beaten up, unlike his strong action-star image. Tiger wishes to explore different facets in his craft, not to break stereotypes, but test new waters as an emerging artist.