The film, which reunites Tiger with his Heropanti director Sabbir Khan, is about a young boy from the slums who idolizes the late pop icon, and Tiger has started shooting for it today as he revealed on Twitter for his fans
"I still feel I have a lot more to do and achieve. Once I am able to do that, I will be able to focus my attention on things like reaching out, helping and giving back to people," said Jacqueline Fernandez
"I wanted a superhero, who is innocent, adorable and someone who is just like us. Someone who has powers but doesn't know how to use it. I wanted an innocent face but when he does action, he should look like a superhero. And who better than Tiger Shroff," said Remo D'Souza
"I am lucky that most of my fan following is made of kids, so I try to choose my characters accordingly. They (children) are the future of our country and I want to do very clean, noble characters so that I don't wrongly influence them through my films. It's all for my kiddy fans," Tiger said
The 48-year-old Australian-born actor, who played Rictus Erectus, a 7-foot-tall muscular brute, in George Miller's 2015 dystopian film, says it was a huge movie with a lot of violence and fight scenes but didn't give him as much scope to do action sequences
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There has been speculation that the film, which also stars Sushant Singh Rajput, may be co-produced by Karan Johar and Salman Khan.
"I am a more confident actress today. The change is definitely inevitable. It needs to be there, you need to grow. So that's why I am looking forward to a lot more challenging roles today than ever before," said Jacqueline
Karan Johar had recently revealed that Tiger will star in the sequel to his hit 2012 college drama Student of the Year which will be directed by Punit Malhotra.
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The challenge, however, appears to have been taken very, very seriously by many, including Jacqueline herself, actor Hrithik Roshan, TV stars Divyanka Tripathi and Mouni Roy and producer Ekta Kapoor
Congratulatory tweets have been pouring in for Tiger since then. Sidharth Malhotra, Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt - actors who starred in the first part cheered for Tiger