On 'Baaghi' release date today, lead man Tiger Shroff says the second movie in an actor's career is more important and that's the reason he took time to take it up after his debut film 'Heropanti' in 2014. "Baaghi" is directed by Sabbir Khan.
On ‘Baaghi’ release date today, lead man Tiger Shroff says the second movie in an actor’s career is more important and that’s the reason he took time to take it up after his debut film ‘Heropanti’ in 2014. “Baaghi” is directed by Sabbir Khan.
“I feel the second film is more important than first one, especially if you are accepted. I wanted to be sure of what I would do next. I am thankful to audience and I wanted to give them something better. I am confident about ‘Baaghi’,” Tiger said.
Tiger, the 26-year-old son of well-known actor Jackie Shroff, will be seen next in Sajid Nadiadwala’s home production “Baaghi”.
In Baaghi movie, he will be performing Kalaripayattu, a martial art form.
“In the action space, change is happening. We are evolving. With ‘Baaghi’ we are trying to change things. It is about going back to our roots and being proud of what we are,” he said.
“We had martial arts form here, but don’t know why people were not using it. Everybody in the East wants to be like West and people in West wants to be like East,” he added.
The actor will be seen romancing Shraddha Kapoor, whom he has known since childhood. That is why he found it easy to do romantic scenes with the “Aashiqui 2” actress.
“It was easy to romance Shraddha. She made me feel comfortable. I am a very shy person, but shooting intimate parts happened easily because of the comfort level that we share. We had fun while shooting,” he added.