Continuous Reinvention in Action Genre ‘Challenging’, says Tiger Shroff

Actor Tiger Shroff acknowledges the difficulty of continuously reinventing himself as an action hero in every film. He aims to raise the bar of action with each project, but admits that it becomes increasingly challenging.

The 33-year-old actor is eagerly awaiting the release of his upcoming movie, “Ganapath.” Directed by Vikas Bahl, known for his work on “Queen,” the film is a dystopian action thriller.

During a press conference for the film, Tiger Shroff stated, “I’ve been doing action films my whole life. Although I’m still relatively new in the industry, it’s tough to constantly reinvent myself. The stakes keep getting higher, with bigger premises, budgets, and landscapes. So, it becomes difficult to explore new territory in this space, but I believe there’s still a lot more to discover.”

Tiger Shroff, who draws inspiration from action star Bruce Lee and pop star Michael Jackson, credits his fans for his success. He expressed his desire to prove himself with every film and entertain his audience even more. He understands that his fans expect him to excel in action roles, so he strives to raise the bar with each project.

Known for his roles in the “Baaghi” franchise, “War,” and the “Rambo” remake, Shroff described “Ganapath” as a unique movie with a distinct universe for Indian screens. The film portrays a dystopian world where his character, the chosen one, brings peace and order to a divided society. Additionally, the movie features megastar Amitabh Bachchan in a significant role and reunites Shroff with his “Heropanti” co-star Kriti Sanon.

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Although Shroff didn’t have any scenes with Bachchan, he expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to be part of the same film as the legendary actor. He also praised Sanon for her success and mentioned that despite her achievements, she remains the same person he worked with nine years ago.

“Ganapath,” produced by Bahl, Vashu Bhagnani, Deepshikha Deshmukh, and Jackky Bhagnani, is set to release on October 20 in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, and Telugu languages.

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