Tiger Shroff revealed that he tries to keep children in mind when he is choosing screenplays and characters.
Last Updated: 03.30 AM, Apr 27, 2022
Heropanti 2 is everything a Tiger Shroff film should have: gravity-defying stunts, sleek dance moves, and a central good-versus-evil tale. The actor rarely deviates from the action genre, which he is most familiar with. He argues the difference is in the way he treats his films, claiming that he tries to "up the ante" with each one.
During an interaction with Mid Day, Shroff exclaimed that in terms of action, Heropanti 2's world is unique. This is massy and set in a glossy environment, whereas Baaghi was raw and rustic. Every frame is sleek, not muddy and filthy. It reminds him of a mix of Mission: Impossible meets James Bond meets War.
Whether one agrees with the analogies or not, the performer has his finger on the pulse of the audience. His films have a knack for capturing the attention of their intended audience. Shroff is content to play up the action image for the time being; experimentation can come later. He told the tabloid that he was sticking to his tried-and-true formula. In terms of his career, the actor is aware of what works and what doesn't. As a result, he delivers what his audience expects from him.
Shroff plays a clever hacker who is brought in to stop cyber crime in Ahmed Khan's directorial, which also stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Tara Sutaria. The actor claims that he selects his projects with care, considering not only his role but also the audience's potential takeaway.
The latter is especially significant to him because he has a large following among children. Shroff shared that he plays a righteous character the majority of the time. He has a lot of young people following him. As a result, he tries to keep children in mind when he is choosing screenplays and characters. Shroff doesn't want to mislead the future generation. He considers himself fortunate to have the responsibility because many children look up to him.