Tiger Shroff, the young Bollywood sensation known for his action-packed roles, has been facing a rather lean phase at the box office recently. Despite this setback, he still has an array of exciting films lined up, many of which are associated with big banners in the Indian film industry.
One such project that has garnered considerable attention is his upcoming action flick “Hero No 1,” which marks his collaboration with the renowned filmmaker Jagan Shakti. While Tiger’s recent release, “Ganapath,” faced disappointing results at the box office, he is reuniting with Pooja Entertainment for this new venture. What’s more, there’s a casting twist in the tale that has been making headlines.
Originally, the film had Sara Ali Khan as the female lead, but due to scheduling conflicts, she had to step down from the project. However, the show must go on, and the filmmakers swiftly found a replacement. To the delight of fans, it’s none other than Disha Patani, who has been romantically linked to Tiger Shroff in the past. Their chemistry was evident in the movie “Baaghi 2,” which was a commercial success.
Although Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani have never officially confirmed their relationship, their frequent appearances together and social media posts fueled speculation. Reports suggest that they actually broke up a year ago, but neither of them publicly acknowledged this. Disha, in particular, always maintained that they were simply “BFFs” who shared a deep bond.
Disha Patani, known for her striking looks and incredible fitness, has often shared her workout videos, demonstrating her prowess in activities like Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and trampoline jumps. Fans have expressed a desire to see her in action films, and her pairing with Tiger Shroff in “Hero No 1” is sure to generate significant excitement.
Director Jagan Shakti, hailing from South India, has a solid track record with movies like “Mission Mangal,” which starred Akshay Kumar and grossed nearly Rs 300 crores in 2019. Despite initial plans to remake the popular film “Ayyappanum Koshiyyum,” it was eventually scrapped and adapted into Telugu as “Bheemla Nayak.”
Disha Patani’s recent performances in films like “Ek Villain Returns” and “Malang” have been well-received, establishing her as a versatile actress in the industry. Her partnership with Aditya Roy Kapur in “Malang” was appreciated by audiences. With the upcoming collaboration with Tiger Shroff in “Hero No 1,” the pair is set to create a buzz and reignite curiosity among fans and cinephiles alike.