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Tiger Shroff shares a photo flaunting his abs after a workout session

Tiger Shroff, one of the fittest actors in the industry, has a big social media following. In addition to his acting career, Tiger is highly recognized for his training in martial arts, dance moves, exercise videos, style, and fitness. Not to mention Tiger’s chiseled abs, which are always the talk of the town and the handsome man never misses an opportunity to show them off to his fans. Tiger’s toned form usually causes fans, both male and female, to fawn. The “War” actor shared a selfie on his Instagram stories in which his biceps and tummy are on display.

Tiger may be seen in the photo showing off his bare body, and why not—what are all those abs for, anyway? Dumbbells are also seen in both hands by Tiger. The 32-year-old actor recently posted a video on his Instagram account in which he could be seen gazing hypnotically into the camera while acting intensely. He appeared to be very overheated and was also spotted slipping shades over his face. The blue cardigan he was wearing was simply too perfect for him. Well, the attractive hunk understands how to keep his followers on his profile whether they are male or female.

Tiger Shroff

On the work front, the “War” actor has several intriguing projects in the works, including the Vikas Bahl-directed film “Ganapath,” in which Kriti Sanon, with whom he co-starred in “Heropanti,” plays the major role. Under the auspices of Good Co. Production and Pooja Entertainment, the movie is made by Vikas Bahl, Jackky Bhagnani, Vashu Bhagnani, and Deepshikha Deshmukh. The actor will also be seen in Rohit Dhawan’s “Rambo,” the Hindi remake of the 1982 Hollywood blockbuster starring Sylvester Stallone, and Ali Abbas Zafar’s “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan.”

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