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Tiger Shroff Is Grateful After 'Heropanti' for 9 Years

The 2014 romantic action film “Heropanti,” in which Bollywood actor Tiger Shroff made his debut, is celebrating its ninth anniversary. The actor took a trip down memory lane to express his gratitude to the staff and the crowd for welcoming him and showing him so much affection.

As the movie celebrated its ninth anniversary on Tuesday, Tiger posted a picture of the movie's poster, in which he is pictured reclining on a bike with his helmet on and the unmatched swag of “Bablu,” the name of his character.

Blessed to have been welcomed by all of you nine years ago, he added in the description. For as long as I can, I aim to keep entertaining you all with this genre.

I will always be appreciative of my mentor #sajidnadiadwala, my wonderful director, and my most gorgeous co-stars @wardakhannadiadwala @sabbir24x7 @kritisanon (sic).”

In the meanwhile, Tiger is now filming “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan,” a forthcoming action movie, starring Bollywood a-lister Akshay Kumar. He is also developing films like “Ganapath.”

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