Tiger Shroff has, for the longest time, kept his personal life under wraps. The young star, who is riding high on the success of "Baaghi," is not doing so anymore.
In a candid interview with SpotboyE, the actor said he and Disha Patani tried their best but: "I don't think that I am the kind of guy anyone would fall for. I am so married to my work. I am not an outgoing person."
Describing himself as an "aloof" person who is "married" to his work, Tiger said he finds it difficult to manage a personal life. The star also added how he feels uncomfortable at B-Town get-togethers, which is why he is hardly ever seen hobnobbing with the stars.
"I am very out of place in get-togethers. I just don't feel comfortable in a crowd. Main bachpan se hi aisa hoon," the entertainment portal quoted him as saying.
This comes a few months after the couple went for movie and dinner dates, and even featured in a dance-off video, which Disha shared on social media. Although they never admitted to being in a relationship, they never tried to dodge the paparazzi either.
In other news, the aspiring newcomers have their work game on point. While Tiger's "Baaghi" is performing extremely well at the ticket window, "A Flying Jatt" is schedule for an Aug. 25 release. Disha is gearing up for "M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story," which opens in theatres Sept. 2 and stars Sushant Singh Rajput in the lead. She also stars in Jackie Chan's "Kung Fu Yoga."