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Tiger Shroff Practices These Killer Moves During Spare Time (Watch)


Tiger Shroff is famous for his dance moves, and fighting scenes. The son of yesteryear superstar Jackie Shroff has made a mark in Bollywood right from his first movie “Heropanti.” From his Befikra video to his series of “Baaghi” movies with Ahmed Khan, and his latest dance with Hrithik Roshan in “War” every frame proves that he is a very good dancer.

So if he does acting and dancing as a part of his profession what does he do during his spare time? Does he dance even during a break? Of course, Tiger Shroff is very strict about his workout sessions. Apart from that, he loves to keep himself fit by doing some other moves that rather give him a chance to try out something different from regular.

Recently, the “Student of the year 2” actor shared a video in which he is playing basketball and his moves indicated that he is not only fit but also flexible and knows the nuances of the game.

Tiger Busy Shooting For “Baaghi 3”

The budding superstar is currently busy shooting for the third installment of the “Baaghi” series in which he will reunite with his “Baaghi” co-star Shraddha Kapoor who was also his heroine in the first movie. Disha Patani was paired opposite Tiger in the second installment from the franchise.

Currently, the team of “Baaghi 3” is shooting in Serbia and from the pictures shared by lead stars; it is going to be a tough schedule for the actors. With “War” doing business beyond 300 crores, Tiger Shroff certainly has now one of the biggest hits of all times under his belt. Of course, the credit also goes to Hrithik Roshan and the team, but even then the movie is surely a milestone in Tiger’s career.

Currently, the actor is considered to be one of the best youngest action stars and he is known to justify every role that comes his way. In a very short span of his career, Tiger Shroff has managed to attract a lot of following and with good movies under his belt is sure to scale new heights in the days to come.

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