Bollywood star, Tiger Shroff has pulled out from a string of events that were set to take place this weekend, including the Birmingham & Sandwell Mela.
The actor, who was headlining the mela, along with a number of other events in the UK, will no longer be attending. Shroff was to promote his latest release ‘Munna Michael’, distributed by Eros International. The actor was also set to be a part of a Guinness World Record event in Bradford, which has also been cancelled.
A statement from Eros International said, “It is with regret that Eros International and the organisers have announced the cancellation of the Guinness World Record for the largest martial arts class in the UK along with actor Tiger Shroff during the promotions of upcoming film, Munna Michael.
The said event was to take place on Saturday, 1st July in Bradford but the team has been compelled to cancel the event due to urgent unforeseen developments. Eros recognises the inconvenience caused due to the sudden cancellation and thanks the organisers and the enthusiastic participants who were supporting and working towards making this a special and successful event.”
Eros International confirmed to BizAsiaLive.com that the actor will “not be arriving here”.