Tiger Shroff: Not easy to be a star kid
14 May, 2019, 8:21 am
The pressure to perform on star kids is immense, said Bollywood actor Tiger Shroff. “People notice us very quickly because of our parents and because we are star kids. The pressure is, in fact, double on us to live up to their image,” Tiger told reporters.
Tiger, son of Jackoe Shroff, was in New Delhi to promote his upcoming film Student of The Year 2. His co-stars Ananya Pandey and Tara Sutaria were also present on the occasion. The 29-year-old actor, who recently injured his leg while performing an action scene for Student of The Year 2, arrived at the press conference, sitting in a wheelchair.
The Baaghi actor a casual look with jeans, tee and shirt. Ananya looked stunning in a white striped shirt and a lower, while Tara exuded cute vibe in a navy blue tee and a pair of shorts with white hoodie and sneakers.
Tiger took the occasion to thank the cinema for his success. “Whatever I am today is because of commercial cinema.
My goal is to entertain not just a small group of people and I am grateful that I have been accepted by the masses very gracefully,” the Heropanti actor told reporters.
Tiger, known for his cool dance moves and power-packed sequences, was asked whether his action scenes can stereotype his image in the Bollywood industry. On being asked if his action scenes can typecast his image in the Bollywood industry, Tiger said that it helps maintain his identity.