Jackie Shroff when appearing in any reality show as a guest star can be seen as a modest actor, with him always jointing hands and saying thank you to his fans for staying by his side. And whenever complimented on his son’s performance in the film industry, establishing himself as an action star, He always replies modestly saying it’s all him and his fans.
Recently in an interview with The Indian Express, Jackie Shroff said, ‘no contribution in bringing up Tiger to be such a good guy’ and all credit goes to women in his life, his wife and their respective mothers.
In the interview, he also mentioned that his relationship with Tiger is like a friend and he never really talk about serious work topics and that he just used to pamper him when back from work, “Three goddesses have brought him up as I was always away for work. Whenever I returned, I used to pamper him. I’m glad I couldn’t spoil him. He’s on a different plane altogether, the way he is disciplined towards his craft and fitness. I don’t do serious talk about work with him. Whenever we meet, I treat him just like any other parent. We talk like friends. I just keep admiring his work and thank God and his fans for making him what he is today.”
Tiger Shroff has made his name in the film industry for his action acting style and calm and modest nature, His acting career started in 2014 with Kriti Sanon with the film Heropanti, Tiger spoke about his early debut days, “Before the release also, I used to be trolled a lot for my looks. People used to say, ‘is he a hero or a heroine? He doesn’t look like Jackie dada’s son at all.’ It was a deliberate move to play to my strengths.”
Playing to his strengths and doing right by his believes Tiger worked in three action dominated films: The Baaghi franchise and the box office hit Hrithik Roshan starrer War. He has several films in the queue including Heropanti 2, Baaghi 4, a Rambo remake and the franchise-starrer Ganapath.