I don’t steal: Tiger Shroff on allegations of Micheal Munna script theft

  • PTI, Mumbai
  • Updated: Jul 19, 2016 08:22 IST
Mumbai: Actor Tiger Shroff during the trailer launch of film Flying Jatt in Mumbai on July 18, 2016 (Photo: IANS) (IANS)

Ever since Sabbir Khan’s new film Micheal Munna was announced, actor Tiger Shroff and Co have been in trouble: A writer filed a police complaint against the filmmakers and Tiger accusing them of stealing his script. Tiger, however, has refuted the reports and said “he is not a thief”.

Recently, the 26-year-old actor and director announced their third collaboration Michael Munna. Even before the movie has gone on the floors, city-based writer-director Kritik Kumar Pandey has filed a police complaint, accusing Tiger of stealing his script to make Munna Michael, based on a die-hard fan of Michael Jackson.

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Pandey had alleged that he had shared his film’s script with Tiger, a self-confessed fan of the King of Pop.

Filimmaker and choreographer Remo D'Souza, Australian actor Nathan Jones, actors Jacqueline Fernandez and Tiger Shroff during the trailer launch of Flying Jatt in Mumbai on July 18. (IANS)

“I don’t know the issue. We are here (and) I don’t steal. I am not a thief. I don’t lie, I am not a cheater,” Tiger told reporters at the trailer launch of A Flying Jatt when asked about the allegations.

Meanwhile, the Heropanti actor expressed concern on the less number of tigers in the country. “It is sad that there are less number of tiger’s today. We should take care of them. I had adopted a tigress and she is my first girlfriend,” the Baaghi actor added.

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Tiger will be seen romancing Jacqueline Fernandez in A Flying Jatt. The Remo D’Souza directed film releases on August 25.

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