Tiger Shroff, who is currently busy shooting for his upcoming movie "Baaghi", is nervous about being compared with Salman Khan. Salman featured in a movie by the same name in 1990 and it was a big hit.
During a media interaction, Tiger was asked if he was nervous about being compared with Salman as he was doing a movie by the same name, and the actor replied in affirmative and said it is not fair to compare him with the "biggest superstar". He also said he has been putting in a lot of hard work and hopes it will be rewarded.
"Yes, of course I am very nervous. Salman sir is the biggest superstar of the country at the moment and I am a newcomer. It will be really unfair if you will make such a comparison. I will try not to let my down. I just hope my hard work will pay off," said Tiger.
While Salman's "Baaghi" featured Nagma as the female lead, Sajid Nadiadwala's upcoming production has Shraddha Kapoor opposite Tiger. The film will reportedly present Tiger as a rebel who fights with society for his love. It is apparently a remake of the Telugu movie "Varsham". The shooting of the film is almost complete, and "Baaghi" is slated to for release April 29.