The trailer of Tiger Shroff’s post-debut film Baaghi had gone viral with a vengeance. Delighted and yet too humble to preen Tiger says, “I knew the public would appreciate our efforts. But we never expected so much love.I feel blessed and thankful that our hard work has paid off.”
Tiger is all praise for his co-star Shradha Kapoor. “Shradha is an inspiring co-star. But above that she is one of the cleanest purest most positive and happy soul I’ve come across. Now that the film is complete I’ll miss working with her.”
Tiger says doing the romantic scenes with Shradha were not at all difficult to perform. “We know one anther from our childhood. We are very comfortable with one another.She’s a Piscean like me.”
Tiger takes the action scenes in Baaghi to another level.
Says the young actor, “I’d say in comparison with Baaghi, Hero-Panti didn’t have any action at all. But it not really difficult to attempt the stunts.I’d say they’re more fun than challenging.”
There is a marked improvement in Tiger’s body language and dialogue delivery. He grudgingly admits to sensing the change. “I guess I am a little more experienced since my first film and therefore there’s more awareness of what needs to be done in front of the camera. I know I still have a lot to learn.”
Tiger dedicates the intricate stunts in Baaghi to Bruce Lee. “He has been an inspiration. More so in Baaghi.”