Tiger Shroff wouldn’t mind taking up other genres

Shyama Sudra



Tiger Shroff is one actor who has seen success through his action films and his killer dance moves. However, he has expressed that he is open to working in other genres.

Talking to the media, Hindustan Times reports the actor expressed,” Yes, I’d love to. But I am still young and my mindset right now is that action speaks louder than words. It is very important for me to reach out to as many people as possible.”

He went on to add, “Keeping the audiences in mind, keeping the children in mind, and how they perceive me, I’d like to entertain them. However, I’d like to experiment with something dark and more subdued, eventually.”

Talking about doing darker roles, Shroff expressed, “I wouldn’t mind, that will be really cool. Maybe later, I might take something up like that. But I don’t think the kids would like me to play bad [characters]; I have to keep that in mind. It is a big responsibility, having children by your side [looking up to you]. At this moment, maybe I won’t but in the future I may consider.”

As the Indian film industry pulls out more remakes than ever, the young actor was also asked what sort of remake would he like to be a part of, to which he replied, “I would love to be part of ‘Parinda’ (1989), but I don’t think I’d be able to do it like my dad (Jackie Shroff) did. I would like to be a superhero again, so ‘Shiva Ka Insaaf’ (1985).”

For the moment Shroff is currently working on Sabbir Khan’s ‘Munna Michael’. He will also be seen in Karan Johar’s ‘Student of the Year 2’.