Our fights are choreographed: Tiger Shroff

The Asian Age.  | subhash k jha

Entertainment, Bollywood

In fact, Tiger feels this is a film for his and Hrithik’s young fans.

Tiger Shroff

The team of Hrithik Roshan-Tiger Shroff starrer WAR is on an unprecedented high. The film has been granted a ‘UA’ certificate with no cuts at all.

In fact, Tiger feels this is a film for his and Hrithik’s young fans. “The action is not gruesome at all. It is fun like in a video-game kind of way. Hrithik sir and I have fights that are choreographed, like our dance numbers. It’s all done in a fun mood,” asserts Tiger.

Speaking for himself, Tiger says that he is fully aware of his responsibilities as an actor. “I know the largest chunk of my fan-following is kids. I would never do anything that would send out a wrong signal to them, nor would I ever use bad language or mouth double-meaning dialogues. I am sure Hrithik sir too feels the same,” he shares.

The debate on star power and its responsible use in public spaces, especially cinema, was triggered by Hollywood superstar Joaquin Pheonix’s Joker, where he is seen taking to the gun and taking revenge for the wrongs done to him by an uncaring society.

Many Indian superstars like Aamir Khan, Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, and Hrithik Roshan are saying no to negative roles at a time when the social order is in a state of flux. Tiger himself is in two minds about playing Khalnaayak (villain) in Sanjay Dutt’s remake of the Subhash Ghai film for the same reason.