Tiger Shroff Has Fans Excited as He Compares His and Hrithik’s Stunts in War to Superman and Batman
Tiger Shroff also drew parallels between War and the popular franchise Mission Impossible and fans world over are now even more thrilled. Brace yourselves for October 2!
Tiger Shroff cannot be more frank about his excitement to work with Hrithik Roshan, whom he considers to be his role model and the actor that inspired him to take the plunge into Bollywood. If you ask us, we’d say the same – there seems to be no better action hero pairing than Tiger and Hrithik. The high-octane film will see the two being pitted against each other and Tiger could not help but draw parallels between their characters to those of superheroes Superman and Batman. While the young actor has made a mark for himself with Baaghi and Heropanti, he revealed War is a film that is completely different from his previous projects.
He also compared his upcoming venture to the popular franchise Mission Impossible and fans world over are now even more thrilled! "There are very different styles of action, location and get-up. It's more on the lines of Mission Impossible. It's like Ethan Hunt versus James Bond and Superman vs Batman ... on this battlefield. We are fighting in air, on land. It is a visual spectacle. It is a great action entertainer," Tiger told IANS in an interview.
Hunt is played by Tom Cruise in the Mission: Impossible films, while Daniel Craig essayed Bond for the longest time. Speaking about War, which is expected to hit cinema screens in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu on October 2, Tiger said, "I am both nervous and excited. I am very excited because I got an opportunity to work with my hero. It is a huge opportunity for me. I am working with Yash Raj Films for the first time, and of course my director Siddharth Anand, he is fantastic. I am looking forward to working with him again in Rambo.” He is still smitten by Hrithik’s dance moves and action skills. "It was amazing – such an easy experience to work with Hrithik. He is such a good dancer, so he is equally good in action. Action is all about timing. Whenever we fought each other, our action sequences were complementing so well,” concluded Tiger.