Tiger Shroff, who’s quite excited to play India’s first youngest superhero in Balaji Motion Pictures’ A Flying Jatt to be helmed by Remo D’Souza, has been leaving no stone unturned to make it appear interesting on the big screen.
Doing so, Tiger has already started intense training for what he calls the role of a lifetime. The successful young actor who’s known for his fitness and dancing skills has been rigorously working on his ‘superhero metamorphosis’.
The superhero flick will see Tiger doing some intense action scenes for which not only is he shooting for 12 hours at a stretch for the movie, but after this he continues training for another five hours to prepare for the next set of action.
A source says, “Tiger is certainly in overdrive mode since the last couple of months preparing for his role. Before taking up the challenging role, Tiger knew what he was getting into and the challenging action scenes that he has to pull off. Though he has been trained in martial arts, preparing for and shooting for A Flying Jatt is something he has not attempted on screen before and he’s giving his best shot.”
Adds Tiger “Becoming a superhero has been a dream for me ever since I was a child. I’m blessed to have been chosen for this role so early on in my career. It’s been a challenge preparing for the character I’ve never pushed my limits this far before. From shooting some of my most difficult stunts to prepping for the next day’s set of action post pack up. I just want give the audiences something they’ve never seen before out here and put as many smiles on the children’s faces as possible. It will def be a thrilling experience”