Tiger Shroff is undoubtedly the rising star of B-town. And needless to say, every actor goes through his/her share of hits as well as flops on their way to stardom.
While his first two films ‘Heropanti’ and ‘Baaghi’ struck gold at the box office and made him a huge sensation throughout the nation, his last outing as a Sikh superhero, ‘A Flying Jatt’, failed to receive a similar kind of response and bombed at the box office.
So how did the young lad feel after facing box office failure for the first time?
In an exclusive interview with Times Of India, Shroff revealed, “I won't lie. I am a very emotional person; it was very heartbreaking to see that film not getting the kind of success we expected it to get. We worked really hard for that film. It was a dream role for me and I had a lovely time working with Remo Sir. He is talented, hardworking, lovely human being and he deserves all the success.”
But one failure surely hasn’t deterred Tiger from dreaming big. He is all geared up to make it big in Hindi cinema, just the way his father did, with a bunch of movies in his kitty- ‘Baaghi 2’, ‘Munna Michael’, ‘Student Of The Year 2’, and a rumored film under Farhan Akhtar’s home production!
After all, superheroes are meant to fall down and then rise high! *winks*