Tiger Shroff’s name is completely contrasting to his personality. From all the interviews we’ve watched, the star has always been timid and controlled in the way he speaks. In a recent interview with a leading tabloid (MidDay), Tiger uttered words that disregard his fellow female co-stars.
The actor spoke up about how he does not care about the “padding around him” when he was asked about his female co-stars in the upcoming film, Student Of The Year 2.
“When I work with someone who is my junior, I know exactly what the person is going through. I’ve never felt the need to work with established actresses even though I have had the opportunity to work with the beautiful and fantastic Shraddha Kapoor (Baaghi) and Jacqueline Fernandez (A Flying Jatt). I don’t get involved with the casting at all. I don’t really care about the padding around me. It’s the script and my character that matter.”
Earlier Tiger Shroff was slammed for the statement he made when he referred to his co-stars as accessories in films, whose sole purpose is to make the male hero look good.
While a lot of people might think that the three-film-old actor does not mean for his comments to be sexist –that exactly is where the biggest problem lies. Casual sexism in Bollywood only seems to be growing and it’s high time the people of B-Town learn to think before they speak!