Tiger Shroff wonders how Salman Khan's flop films are still Rs 100 crore plus


Tiger Shroff is among the most sought-after stars in Bollywood today. With hits like Baaghi 2, Baaghi and Heropanti under his belt, Tiger is among the top-billed actors. The actor has three big films in various stages — Dharma Productions’ Student of the Year 2, Baaghi 3 and a film with director Siddharth Anand.

The actor spoke to Bollywood Hungama recently and among the many subjects touched upon, he spoke about Salman Khan and how he manges to make even flop films into money spinners.

He was asked to come up with questions for other actors. Tiger came up with this question for Salman: “How do you make sense of like ‘A flop film for Salman Khan is still Rs 100 crore plus’. We struggle to do that. So, how do you do that? What is your secret? How do you stand in the frame and how do people go crazy over you? What do you do to achieve that?”

Tiger Shroff performs along with dancers during the launch of Ganesh Acharya Dance Academy in Mumbai. ( AFP )

Speaking about his films, he has said that post the success of Baaghi 2, he did feel the pressure of maintaining his success ratio. “Definitely. There is pressure because I didn’t expect Baaghi 2 would do the numbers which it did so there is lot of expectations among audience for Baaghi as a franchise and not only that, I am also doing Student of The Year 2 which is a very big franchise,” Tiger said at photographer Dabboo Ratnani’s 2019 calendar launch.

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Speaking about Student of the Year 2, he further said: “I am stepping into the shoes of three very big stars (Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan and Sidharth Malhotra) along with my co-stars who are two new beautiful girls. We have lot of pressure on us.”

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First Published: Mar 14, 2019 14:16 IST


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