INDIA: The most desirable actor in Bollywood Tiger Shroff has been a youth sensation ever since his debut. The action hero carved a niche in the field of acting through all his unique skills and daring manoeuvres. Tiger Shroff left no stone unturned when it came to action and drama.
The quintessential actor has adorned many appreciation hats from various filmmakers and directors, which made him popular in a very short tenure.
However, Tiger Shroff has many times spoken of his desire to work in Hollywood movies and how he had auditioned for it as well but never named any of it. But, recently in an interview, the passionate actor revealed his audition for Spider-Man. Tiger told, that he once auditioned for Marvel’s most loved franchise Spider-Man, and came quite close to getting the role.
In his interview, Tiger Shroff said, “I had auditioned for Spider-Man. I had sent them my tapes, and they were quite impressed. My pitch to them was that I’d save you a lot of money on your VFX because I could do most of what Spider-Man can do. I was quite close to being a part of that.”
Tiger Shroff, however, hopes to be like Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan in the future, and said, “I’ve had the privilege to meet a lot of esteemed people from there, and they seem to be very interested in what I do. Ever since Jackie Chan, there hasn’t been a crossover action hero.”
The power-packed actor, however, missed his luck in the movie, but he is still keeping his hope alive and aiming to be a part of the Hollywood industry.
On the work front, the Baaghi actor is currently preparing for Vikas Bahl’s directorial “Ganapath: Part One,” which also features Kriti Sanon. He has also roped in Ali Abbas Zafar’s “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan” alongside Rohit Dhawan’s Rambo.