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The Kind of Films Tiger Shroff Wants to do

"There are many good reactions which I got for my role. I cannot pin point anyone in particular. My father and my family are very proud of me. I am just glad that all the hard work which the team had put in has been appreciated," said Tiger

  | May 08, 2016 12:33 IST (Mumbai)
Tiger Shroff

Tiger Shroff photographed in Mumbai.

Highlights

  • Tiger Shroff's new film Baaghi released on April 29.
  • Tiger made his debut in Bollywood with Heropanti in 2014.
  • 'People tend to put down commercial films a lot,' said Tiger.
Actor Tiger Shroff said that he wants to shift gears and try his hand at doing a musical.
Tiger, 26, wants to star in a film like High School Musical and Grease.
"I want do a musical now. I don't mean musicals like what they think of it now but I want to do a film like High School Musical or Grease. I love music and I love dancing, and without music, how do I dance. So that should be interesting," Tiger told PTI in an interview.
Tiger made his debut with Heropanti in 2014. His new film Baaghi, co-starring Shraddha Kapoor, released on April 29. Tiger, son of actor Jackie Shroff, said that his family is proud of him.
"There are many good reactions which I got for my role. I cannot pin point anyone in particular. My father and my family are very proud of me. I am just glad that all the hard work which the team had put in has been appreciated," said Tiger.
Tiger feels that people are unfair to commercial films at times.
"People tend to put down commercial films a lot. It is a typical masala film which is there to entertain and serve the masses. People have to understand that. If you are coming in with your thinking caps and with something unorthodox, then you are obviously going to run down a film. But, I also read the reviews quite a bit. I take everything to my heart to work better. I love to read what they say. I don't get offended," said Tiger.
In Baaghi, Tiger was seen doing Kalaripayattu, a martial art form and performed several action sequences.
"Sure there was a lot of pressure. There is so much competition these days and box office is just a measure of our success and that's what matters so much. I don't follow box office but I have just started doing so after Baaghi. I am still new. But the love and appreciation of the audience is paramount," added Tiger.

 
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