In an interview with a leading publication, the actor revealed that he was "really upset" when his films tanked at the box office.
Tiger Shroff started his career in the arc lights with his very first film, Heropanti, hitting the bulls-eye. However, Tiger's streak of luck was broken by the back-to-back failures of Remo D'Souza's 'A Flying Jatt' and Sabbir Khan's 'Munna Michael'. The actor revealed, “The work I had put into my films and craft required a lot of physical and mental labor. It took a toll on the body, so, it was disheartening when the films didn't work. I felt dejected and thought about it every night before I slept.”
Tiger decided to learn from the failures and push himself to deliver his best. He has been "grateful" to experience both success and failure at the beginning of his career. "I turned them into my strengths and if I ever failed to give a certain shot, I'd always think about those times. That sort of drove me beyond my limits," he added.
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He said, "I wouldn't call the movies failures because they have made me stronger and this is one of the reasons why Baaghi 2 was successful”.
Tiger is all set to be seen on the big screen in Punit Malhotra's Student Of The Year 2. The film is slated to open in theatres on May 10, 2019.