Will Bablu and Dimpy's love blossom under the terror of a brutal clan and the violent landscape it is set against?
Tiger Shroff performs some daring stunts in his debut movie Heropanti, which is a remake of his father Jackie's Hero. Newcomer Kriti Sanon is a ...
Tiger Shroff performs a stunt.
Tiger Shroff goes bare-chested for Heropanti.
Kriti Sanon debuts with Heropanti.
Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon in a romantic scene from Heropanti.
Tiger Shroff plays Bablu and Kriti Sanon plays Dimpy.
Heropanti is directed by Sabbir Khan.
The trailer of Heropanti was launched by Aamir Khan.
Newbie actor Kriti Sanon, who made her Bollywood debut opposite Tiger Shroff in a recently released film, is struggling to come to terms with her newfound stardom. During her recent visit to her hometown (Delhi), the 23-year-old didn’t even get to go home.
"It was strange not going home when in Delhi... and even stranger to stay in a hotel in my hometown," says Kriti.
The actor reveals that she met her mom and sister at the airport when she landed in the city. "We met for two minutes... they were heading to Mumbai to watch the film’s premiere. So, well, it’s a different life now... seems like an alien space sometimes," she confesses.
But the biggest struggle for the actor is coming to terms with rumours. "I keep reading that I’ve signed this film, that film... then my mom calls up, saying, ‘You didn’t even tell me that you signed this film’ and I’m like, ‘Really? Did I?’ (sic)," says Kriti, who adds that it’s her dream to work with Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan.
"And I love Madhuri Dixit. She’s the only one who manages to give a million expressions in one song," gushes the actor who made her debut wuith Tiger Shroff-starrer Heropanti.