He has made it right with `Heropanti`, which minted over Rs.21 crore in its opening weekend. And now, Tiger Shroff has dedicated the success of his debut film to his father and Bollwyood star Jackie Shroff and mom Ayesha.
If the film fraternity rooted for Tiger, the son of Bollywood`s once reigning star Jackie Shroff, the audiences too have expressed their fondness for the young actor by helping his debut film `Heropanti` collect over Rs.13 crore in barely two days.
Tiger Shroff`s debut Bollywood film "Heropanti" released alongside "Kochadaiiyaan", featuring his father Jackie Shroff. But instead of being nervous about it, the young actor had a tongue-in-cheek retort.
Director Sabbir Khan, busy promoting his not-so-lenghty movie `Heropanti`, launch pad of Jackie Shroff`s son Tiger, feels it`s time to reduce the length of films as audiences don`t have the patience to sit through long-drawn-out presentations.
Tiger Shroff is eagerly waiting for his debut film “Heropanti” to hit the screens May 23 and he is happy yet nervous as “Kochadaiiyaan”, featuring his dad Jackie Shroff as a villain, will release the same day.
As an actor, newcomer Tiger Shroff is fascinated with his father Jackie Shroff`s role in ‘Parinda’ and would love to be part of the remake if at all it`s made, but says he has no desire to do ‘Hero’ remake.