The actor has refuted rumours of joining the Hrithik Roshan starrer
Tiger Shroff has clarified that he will not be a part of Hrithik Roshan’s film, “Super 30”. Hrithik will bring to celluloid the life of Anand Kumar, a Patna-based mathematician, who runs the famed ‘Super 30’ programme for IIT aspirants among economically backward students.
There were reports that Kumar’s brother Pranav had suggested that his role be given to either Tiger or Sidharth Malhotra in the Vikas Bahl-directed film. When asked whether he was in the film, Tiger told reporters here today, “I don’t know from where these rumours started. I wish good luck to my superhero (Hrithik). I have nothing to do with ‘Super 30’.”
Tiger, however, will work with Hrithik in director Siddharth Anand’s action entertainer, which will also have Vaani Kapoor in the lead. His other films include “Baaghi 2”, “Student of the Year 2” and the Indian remake of Stallone’s iconic film “Rambo”.
Films apart, the actor has forayed into the active lifestyle business space with the brand PROWL. The brand is jointly created and owned by Tiger and Mojostar.
“I am a part of creating this brand and it feels great to be involved with everything and at every stage. This brand is a reflection of my identity and this is how I live. I love to be active through the day, which is why I want to wear something that is stylish, looks good, and yet gives me the freedom of uninhibited movement,” said Tiger.
Asked about how he will manage the brand with his busy schedule, he said, “Even when I am busy, I keep in touch with phone calls because it is important that we keep communicating. I want to maintain my involvement with the brand and take it to a higher level so I think it is very important that we share the same ideas and visions.”