If you didn’t have enough of Tiger Shroff in Heropanti, get ready to see him again, this time nothing short of a desi superhero. The first look of Tiger’s forthcoming film with director-choreographer Remo D’Souza, A Flying Jatt, was unveiled on Tuesday.
And given that his fortunes ride on the success of this film, a report in Mumbai tabloid Mid-Day suggested that Remo and Tiger checked out 11 outfits before finalising the one used in the film. The costume reportedly cost Rs 20 lakh.
In one of the posters, Tiger, dressed in a blue outfit with an eye mask, is seen standing on a rock with sun in the backdrop. It reads "Hope has a new name". The other one presents the film's villain, played by Jones. With aggression on his face and arm covered with tattoos, the wrestler, donning a black costume, seems to be on an attack mode. The poster reads: "Evil has a new face".
Preparing for A Flying Jatt , Tiger changed his diet and fitness regime. A source close to the filmmakers had said earlier, “Tiger is particular about his fitness. He is concentrating on his diet, and is following the same regime that some popular Hollywood actors have adopted for their superhero roles. For instance, for The Dark Knight (2008), Christian Bale did a lot of weight training and cardio.”
A Flying Jatt also stars Jacqueline Fernandez.