Tiger Shroff's latest running video makes fans wonder why he chose film industry: 'Olympic mein try karo'
Tiger will next be seen in Vikas Bahl’s Ganapath: Part 1 in which he will be reuniting with Kriti Sanon. Besides it, he has another actioner titled Bade Miyan Chote Miyan co-starring Akshay Kumar, Siddharth Anand’s Rambo, and Karan Johar’s Screw Dheela.
Over, again and again, Tiger Shroff has proved that he can pull off any challenge demanding strength and flexibility. With his high-octane action sequences and athletic body, the actor has carved his own niche in Bollywood. However, he has often been at the receiving end of criticism for his acting skills. Recently, he shared a video wherein he is running a race, and no wonder, he won it. Reacting to it, several fans pointed out that he could be better off as an athlete.
Sharing the video on Instagram, the Heropanti actor wrote, "Running my own race." Soon after, his mother Ayesha Shroff, sister Krishna Shroff and several other celebrities cheered for the actor. Even netizens were impressed by the speed with which he completed the race. While one user wrote, “Olympic me jana chahiye gold medal milega india ke liye”, (Should have participated in Olympic, would have won gold medal for India). Another wrote, “Galat line me ghus gye bhai Film industry me nhi jana chahiye tha”(Got into the wrong profession, should not be in the film industry).
Earlier, Tiger treated his fans with a BTS video of an action sequence from one of his movies. He showed the injuries he got while shooting the shot. He captioned the video, “Other than the scratches, burns, and claustrophobic feeling under that massive tank….this split under the tank was one of my fav shots that I've done” Have a look:
In terms of work, Tiger was last seen in Heropanti 2 alongside Tara Sutaria and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. He will next be seen in Vikas Bahl’s Ganapath : Part 1 in which he will be reuniting with Kriti Sanon. Besides it, he has another actioner titled Bade Miyan Chote Miyan co-starring Akshay Kumar, Siddharth Anand’s Rambo, and Karan Johar’s Screw Dheela.