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Tiger Shroff’s evolution from action hero to versatile performer is remarkable

Tiger Shroff’s latest release Bade Miyan Chote Miyan is running in cinemas.



Tiger Shroff

By Jyothi Venkatesh

As a senior film correspondent covering films for over five decades and having observed his father Jackie Shroff right from the time he had made his promising debut with Subhash Ghai’s film Hero, and later his son Tiger Shroff for the past ten years, I can rightly say without even an iota of doubt that Tiger Shroff’s evolution in Bade Miyan Chote Miyan with Ali Abbas Zafar as the director, is indeed remarkable.

Tiger Shroff has been winning several hearts with his performances in film and right now is one of the most promising actors in the industry. Known for his dynamic presence and exceptional talent, Shroff continues to leave a significant mark on the film industry, demonstrating a commitment to excellence that is both inspiring and commendable.

His performance in his latest film, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, further solidifies his position as a rising superstar in the Indian film industry. Tiger Shroff takes on a prominent role with actors like the Malayalam superstar Prithviraj Sukumaran and Akshay Kumar. Despite appearing alongside such established figures, Tiger’s impressive performance in his role allows him to stand out as a natural-born superstar, with his portrayal exuding a natural charisma.

In the film, as an actor-performer, Tiger showcases a new dimension of his talent. While his earlier projects till date primarily focused on his prowess in action sequences, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan does allow him to delve into a diverse range of emotions and display impeccable comic timing. His delivery of quick smart one-liners exudes confidence and charm, captivating audiences and critics alike.

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Several fans and critics alike have showered Tiger with praise for his performance in Bade Miyan Chote Miyan. They have particularly highlighted his new style, swag, acting skills, comic timing, and inspiring screen presence. His ability to hold his own among experienced actors and deliver a memorable performance speaks volumes about his versatility and dedication to his craft. While he is known for his action-packed roles, this film allows him to explore his emotional range and comic timing, adding depth to his character.

Tiger’s journey to stardom began with his debut film Heropanti almost a decade ago in 2014, where he showcased his exceptional martial arts skills and dance prowess with the pretty Kriti Sanon, a debutant cast opposite him. Since then, he has consistently delivered box office hits, including Baaghi, War, and Baaghi 2, establishing himself as a bankable star in the industry. Baaghi’ was a remake of the Prabhas- Trisha’s hit Telugu film ‘Varsham’. By the way, Tiger’s Baaghi 2 was the remake of a Telugu film titled ‘Kshanam’.

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Tiger Shroff is one of talented actors currently in the Bollywood industry. The actor never fails to amaze his fans and audiences with his action and charming persona through films.  His stunts and his dance captivate the audience across all generations. His latest film Bade Miyan Chote Miyan is a testament to his brilliant acting.

One of the most impressive aspects of Tiger’s performance in “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan” is his ability to showcase a new dimension of his talent. While he is known for his action-packed roles, this film allows him to explore his emotional range and comic timing.

Tiger’s star is set to soar even higher with exciting forthcoming projects like Rambo, Singham 3, and Baaghi 4 on the horizon. Audiences can expect to witness more of Tiger’s extra-ordinary work and breath-taking performances, solidifying his position as one of Bollywood’s youngest and most promising superstars.