Tiger Shroff will show his Michael Jackson tribute video to Sajid Nadiadwala before releasing it
Tiger Shroff poses with a flute at a film event. We wonder if the actor can play the instrument as well.
Last month, Tiger Shroff had professed his love for pop icon Michael Jackson. On the star’s death anniversary (June 25), he had even announced that he will be releasing a tribute video featuring his hit songs. Now, we hear that the music video is ready and film-maker Sajid Nadiadwala will be the first person to get a sneak peek.
A source close to the actor says, “Tiger owes his debut film to Sajid. So, he has decided to show the video to him first before he releases it officially.” This will be Tiger’s first public work since his debut film came out earlier this year.
When asked about this, Tiger confirms the development, saying, “Yes, I want to show the video to Sajid sir before it is released. He has been my mentor and I want him to share his feedback with me before everyone else does.”
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Reportedly, in the video, the actor will be seen shaking a leg to a mix of a song from his film, ‘Whistle baja’, and Jackson’s hit ‘Billy Jean’ from his ablum, Thriller. He apparently spent all his free time preparing and shooting for the video after his film’s release.