Profession: Actor, Dancer, Martial Artist
Father of Tiger Shroff
Jackie Shroff (Actor)
Mother of Tiger Shroff
Ayesha Dutt (Producer)
Sister of Tiger Shroff
Affairs/Girlfriends of Tiger Shroff
Disha Patani (Actress)
Favourite Actor(s) of Tiger Shroff
Bruce Lee, Aamir Khan, Hrithik Roshan
Favourite Colour of Tiger Shroff
Favourite Film of Tiger Shroff
Enter the Dragon (1973)
Favourite Food(s) of Tiger Shroff
Pizza, Pasta, Salad, Non-Veg Dishes
Favourite Sport of Tiger Shroff
Awards/Honours of Tiger Shroff
2014: Superstar of Tomorrow - Male at Stardust Awards, Most Entertaining Actor - Male at BIG Star Entertainment Awards, Best Male Debut at Star Guild Awards for Heropanti
2015: Star Debut of the Year – Male at IIFA Awards, Most Promising Newcomer - Male at Life Ok Screen Awards for Heropanti
Information about Tiger Shroff
The same year, he was starred in Remo D'Souza's superhero film- Flying Jatt for which he had to learn to speak Punjabi.
Tiger has helped Aamir Khan in his workout routine to build physique for Aamir's film- Dhoom 3. @The relations between the two got so stronger that Aamir was very much keen to produce Tiger's debut, but it was later not possible.
Does Tiger Shroff drink alcohol?: No
His real name was Jai Hemant Shroff, but Jackie named him Tiger as he used to bite like a tiger when he was small.
Does Tiger Shroff smoke?: No
Tiger is a fan of WWE wrestling and a big gym freak.
In 2017, he played the role of Munna Roy, a dancer inspired by Michael Jackson, and to get up to the perfection level as a dancer, he was trained by Michael's choreographer in Los Angeles.
He also became the Brand Ambassador and co-owner of Bengaluru Tigers.
He comes from a well-renowned film industry background as his father, Jackie Shroff, is a famous actor and mother Ayesha Dut, a producer.
In an interview, he told that he considers Bruce Lee and Michael Jackson as his role models.
He is very much secretive about his personal life and holds a shy and introvert personality.
He was also featured in Punit Malhotra's Student Of The Year 2, which was a sequel to the 2012 film, Student of the Year.
Since the age of four, he has been a trained martial artist.
In 2009, Tiger was offered the lead role in the remake of the TV show 'Fauji', but he declined it as he was not in favour of doing television shows first and then ending up in films.
He was critically acclaimed by the audience and viewers for his extraordinary dancing skills and strenuous stunts performed in the movie.
He worked very hard for his debut film, as he spent 3 years to get trained for this film. Moreover, he performed all the stunts by himself in the movie.
He was a sports freak and was more into sports than acting at the start of his career.