Nobody can dance like Tiger Shroff: Disha Patani

  • PTI, Mumbai
  • Updated: Jun 29, 2016 11:40 IST
Disha Patni and Tiger Shroff in a still from Befikra.

Actor Tiger Shroff is known for his dancing moves and his rumoured girlfriend and co-star in a music video Disha Patani has said that she is fortunate to dance with the Hero star and no one can dance like him.

“Standing next to him (Tiger) and dancing is a big thing. When he dances no one can be seen. I feel fortunate to be seen and dancing alongside him. I hope, I looked decent dancing alongside Tiger and not funny”, Disha told reporters at the Befikra song launch. Befikra produced by T-Series, brings together Tiger and Disha on screen for the first time.

Read: Disha Patni is way out of my league, says Tiger

When it comes to dancing the model-actress, who will be making her Bollywood with the MS Dhoni biopic, looks upto to the Heropanti star. “Whenever I see his (Tiger’s) videos I try to do the steps. When I saw ‘Aa Raha Hoon’ video, I tried dancing (like him) but I couldn’t get it right. I look upto him. I am doing gymnastics and the reason to do it is because of him. He is my motivation, inspiration and he is very hard working and you try to be better everyday. Dancing with him I try (to dance like him) but nobody can reach his level,” she added.

According to Disha, Tiger motivated her a lot, was quite helpful and it’s fun to work with him.

Watch Tiger and Disha in Befikra

The song Befikra is a peppy track, which has been shot in Paris under the direction of Sam Bombay.

The music to the song has been given by Meet Bros. The musical duo have even given their voice to the song along with Aditi Singh Sharma and lyrics has been penned down by Kumaar.

Coincidentally Aditya Chopra’s directorial venture is titled Befikre and is also shot in the French capital. Both Bhushan Kumar (producer) and Sam (video’s director) denied any similarity between their music video Befikra and Aditya Chopra’s film Befikre.

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