Updated: October 2, 2016 4:55:20 pm
Tiger Shroff, who takes his dance inspiration from Michael Jackson and Hrithik Roshan, is prepping up for the shoot of the most difficult song of his career. And it is not us who is saying this but the actor himself. Tiger, who has currently began shooting for his next film Munna Michael, posted a small teaser for his fans on his official Instagram account. Though his face is not visible, we can see his feet getting all ready for a smashing performance. While posting the video, the actor captioned it as, “warming up for my most difficult song yet.”
Son of actor Jackie Shroff, Tiger debuted with 2014 film Heropanti. But he has always managed to impress the audience with his impeccable dance sequences. And every song that he has ever grooved to has become a party number. Whether it is song ‘Beat Pe Booty’, ‘Let’s Talk About Love’ or the singles he has appeared in, the only challenge every choreographer faces is how to make his female co-stars match steps with his energy. His next project, Munna Michael is being directed by Sabbir Khan. This film will mark Tiger and Sabbir’s third collaboration together, after Heropanti and Baaghi.
Check out the teaser video of the song, Tiger shared.
Earlier, Tiger took to Instagram to announce the news about his upcoming film and revealed a little about the plot too. The actor posted a picture with a caption that read, “New journey, new team, new hero, dedicated to my hero, the king of entertainment. Hope your watching.” And if we go by what Tiger has said then it is confirmed that the film will be based on the story of slum kid who idolizes Michael Jackson.
While Tiger seems to have become Sabbir’s favourite, we are still awaiting any update on who will be Tiger’s leading lady in this film. Nevertheless, Tiger looks in a good space after delivering two films this year — Baaghi and A Flying Jatt.
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