Tiger Shroff’s Bollywood career started on a high note. His two releases — Heropanti (2014) and Baaghi — did well at the box office. The actor has finished shooting for his third film, director Remo D’Souza’s next, recently. Since then, there have been rumours that Remo might cast him in the third instalment of his ABCD franchise. “He hasn’t told me that yet [that he wants to cast me in the film]. It will be a dream come true. I haven’t signed anything yet. I’m keen to see how my third movie is received. With two back-to-back hits, I’m feeling secure. I hope my growth continues,” says Tiger.
The actor feels that he got more than what he deserved with his first film, even though he was “raw” as an actor. “But, in the case of Baaghi, my team and I got what we deserved,” says Tiger. Though the actor is known to be shy, he says he is opening up now. “I’m not shy in front of the camera, but in real life, I still am. I’m working on it (trying to open up). I’m more experienced now, so I’m getting over it,” he adds.