Tiger Shroff is known as a great dancer, courtesy to his flexible moves in Heropanti and various online videos. The actor says he wishes to open a dance school to train the talented across the country.
The young actor is not a fan of various dance competition shows and thinks an institute would be a better platform for budding performers. “I wanted to open up a dance school for everybody including the underprivileged. There’s so much talent in India that goes unnoticed,” said Tiger.
“People have to pave their way through dance competitions, which I am totally against of. If I am able to make a name for myself then I will surely open a dance school.” When it comes to his inspiration as a dancer, the 26-year-old looks up to superstar Hrithik Roshan and finds his dancing effortless.
“Whenever I meet him, I ask him so many questions about his career, how he prepares for his songs. I always tell him, ‘Sir, every time I see you in a song everything else becomes invisible and I am left looking at you. How do you make things look so easy...?’” Besides their love for dance, Tiger says they both share similar philosophies about life and career.
Tiger says that his upcoming film, Baaghi has the potential of becoming a “cult” action movie.
“Baaghi gave me a lot of scope to perform, never-seen-before-action and not just nonsensical fighting. I have worked hard to make it look like a spectacle but I want the emotional quotient to come even stronger,” said Tiger.
Post his next project, which is a superhero film, the actor is going to take a break from the action genre.