My Mother Is My Superhero: Tiger Shroff


He may battle a few goons at the same time in his movies, yet, all things considered, performing artist Tiger Shroff says he is to a great degree frightened of his mom. Child of Jackie Shroff and Ayesha, Tiger says the main closeness between  his upcoming superhero character in 'A Flying Jatt' and him is that they both listen to their mothers. "I do a lot of work outside my house. In my house, my mother is my superhero. In one way, I am very alike to my character. Both, the superhero and me, are scared of my mother. I listen to everything which she says. She is stronger than me," Tiger told reporters.

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Directed by Remo D'Souza, the superhero film stars Tiger in the number one spot part of a person with extraordinary forces. The 26-year-old performing artist is a tremendous devotee of Hrithik Roshan, in this way, when inquired as to whether he has arrangements to demonstrate the film to the 'Blast Bang!' star,Tiger said, "I hope so. If he has time from his schedule and if he wants to, then we would love to, of course." The film will be Tiger's third movie, after 'Heropanti' and 'Bhaaghi' and the actor says he is most confident about 'A Flying Jatt' as he wanted to be a superhero during his childhood.

"The expectations have increased from me. I have done three films so far and I am most confident about 'A Flying Jatt'. I wanted to be a superhero since childhood. Whatever I do, dance, action, I used to do it like a superhero." Produced under the banner of Balaji Motion Pictures, the film also stars Jacqueline Fernandez and features Australian actor Nathan Jones in a negative role. 'A Flying Jatt' is scheduled to release on August 25.

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