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Tiger Shroff did something like this between storm and rain

Tiger Shroff

Tiger Shroff has made a breakthrough in Bollywood and in the hearts of millions of followers across the nation. The actor is particularly known for his power-packed action and impeccable dancing.

Tiger is currently spending quality time with his family in Mumbai. He has been sharing posts about his day to day activities to keep his fans updated.

Bollywood’s famous actor Tiger Shroff is a social media friendly celebrity. Though he has been active on stage for quite some time, his movements have seen a boom during lockdown and viewers are happy to see this, as he often shares his work-out sessions and dancing videos with his fans.

While the actor is currently living at home, his look is winning the hearts of people on the internet. A recent video has surfaced on the internet in which the actor’s doppelganger is seen dancing to Michael Jackson’s song in the rain amidst the storm.

Sharing the video on the micro-blogging site, a Twitter user wrote, “Looks like Tiger Shroff will win people’s deals on the internet today. In this video he will be seen on the roof of a building amidst heavy rain and storm.”

Apparently Tiger is a huge fan of pop star Michael Jackson. Tiger has even come up with music videos where he has paid tribute to the late pop icon.

He once told a news portal that the concept of femininity and masculinity is rigid. Criticizing the way he dances is like criticizing the likes of Michael Jackson, James Brown and Hrithik Roshan.

On the work front, Tiger was last seen in Baaghi 3 ‘starring Shraddha Kapoor. The film received positive reviews from audiences and critics alike.

After this, Tiger Shroff will appear in the second part of his debut film Heropanti. However, no further information has been revealed about the film’s story or the star cast yet.

Heropanti 2 will be directed by Ahmed Khan and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala. Tiger made his Bollywood debut in 2014 from Heropanti. Kriti Sanon was also debuted with him. The director then was Sabir Khan.

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