Baaghi actress Shraddha Kapoor says that she and her film co-star Tiger Shroff would battle in dance competitions as kids and she would always beat him.
“We know each other since childhood and were in the same school as well. And when we were kids, our parents would throw birthday parties, and there would be dance competitions in it, so Tiger would also be there.”
“I used to always win as a kid but now he has taken off, and how,” said Shraddha while interacting with the press on the occasion of producer Sajid Nadiadwala’s birthday on the sets of the film.
Though Shraddha acted in the dance-based film ABCD 2, there is no doubt that Tiger is a better dancer as seen in his dance moves in his only release, Heropanti and music video, Zindagi Aa Raha Hoon Main. Reports started doing the rounds that he was a part of ABCD 3 but have been denied by his A Flying Jatt director Remo D’Souza.
Shraddha said: “Tiger’s action and sincerity – he is just unbelievable. I have done a bit of action so hope everybody likes that. But definitely he has taken it to a whole new level, we all have worked very hard. We just hope that everybody loves our chemistry, everybody loves the scenes that we have done. Sabbir sir has really directed us in very beautiful ways, I hope we have done justice to that.”
The film reunites the Sabbir Khan-Nadiadwala-Tiger combination after “Heropanti” and Shraddha said she is “very excited”.
“I feel like I’m a part of the ‘Heropanti‘ team in our film ‘Baaghi‘. The only hope is that people like the film and also love the promos once it’s out.”
The film has two days of shooting left.