Tiger Shroff


Tiger Shroff is an Indian film actor and martial artist who works in Hindi films. Son of actor Jackie Shroff, he made his film debut in 2014 with Heropanti, which earned him a Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut nomination. He then starred in the action drama Baaghi (2016), which earned over ₹1 billion (US$15 million) worldwide.

Born on: 2 March, 1990

Born in: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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Tiger has always been an avid sportsman and fitness junkie. In fact, becoming a professional sportsman would have been his preferred career, with acting coming a close second.

The producer of his debut movie Sajid Nadiadwala, who has known Tiger Shroff ever since he was born, was also deeply nervous about the prospects of the movie, especially because Tiger is the first actor he has ever launched in his distinguished career as a producer.

His father, veteran actor Jackie Shroff got very emotional when he saw Tiger sign his debut film, and broke into tears.

Tiger is trained in martial arts, but still underwent additional flexibility and motion training for his first film. He trained under his coach Ziley Mawai, a national level gymnast from Haryana, for close to three years. His rigorous training involved back layout, front pike, 360 degree-backward twist, wall flips and leaps.

Bestselling author Chetan Bhagat, was deeply impressed by Tiger's physique, and even tweeted that working out with him would give anybody a complex.

Apparently, Aamir Khan and Tiger hit it off when the young man helped Aamir during his gym workout sessions for his part in 'Dhoom 3'. In fact, Aamir was so impressed with the youth that he was, at one point, keen on producing Tiger's debut film. While that didn't quite work out, Khan did release the trailer of 'Heropanti'.
Tiger Shroff is the new poster boy
10 May 2014, by The Times of India