On-screen character Soha Ali Khan recently instagrammed a photo of herself wearing a sari (probably from her baby shower), which turned into a big deal for the Internet. Social media trolls slammed her choice of outfit and said that Soha is ‘not Muslim’ – yes, since she wore a sari. Presently, at an occasion when Tiger Shroff was asked to comment on the controversy, the Heorpanti on-screen character stated: “Everyone has the right to speak freely. Everyone has the right to do or not do whatever they like. Soha is a respected performing artist and citizen. I don’t think she has done anything wrong by wearing something she liked but like I said, everyone has their own opinions,” reports.
Tiger Shroff is preparing for the arrivals of Munna Michael, his third film with Sabbir Khan. The 27-year-old performer was most recently seen in the Remo D’Souza-directed A Flying Jatt, which was not as successful as Heropanti and Baghi (both directed By Sabbir Khan). “I am very nervous. I have to return stronger after my third film. This is a big film for me,” he told to a news agency.
After Munna Michael, Tiger will get busy filming the Indian version of Sylvester Stallone’s iconic film Rambo. “I am very energized for Rambo because it’s probably the biggest film that I’ll ever do and I have big shoes to fill. The star like him (Sylvester Stallone) has given the green signal to us so, for that I am very grateful to him,” said Tiger.
Munna Michael additionally stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and newcomer Nidhhi Agerwal and is slated to release on July 21.