Jai Hemant Shroff (born 2 March 1990), known professionally as Tiger Shroff, is an Indian actor who works in Hindi films. Born to actors Jackie Shroff and Ayesha Dutt, he made his acting debut with the action romance Heropanti (2014), for which he won the IIFA Award for Star Debut of the Year – Male. Shroff went on to star in the commercially successful action films Baaghi (2016), Baaghi 2 (2018), and War (2019).[1][2][3]

Tiger Shroff
Shroff in 2019
Born
Jai Hemant Shroff

(1990-03-02) 2 March 1990 (age 34)
OccupationActor
Years active2014–present
OrganisationMatrix Fight Night
Parents
RelativesRanjan Dutt (grandfather)

In 2019, Shroff co-founded the mixed martial arts organisation Matrix Fight Night (MFN). He has featured in Forbes India's Celebrity 100 list in 2018 and 2019.[4][5] As a singer, he has released several singles.

Early life and background

Jai Hemant Shroff was born on 2 March 1990, to Indian film actor Jackie Shroff and his wife Ayesha Shroff (née Dutt).[6] He has a younger sister named Krishna Shroff.[6][7] On his paternal side, he is of Gujarati and Turkmen ancestry[8][9] while from his maternal side, he is of Bengali and Belgian descent. His maternal grandfather was Air Vice Marshal Ranjan Dutt, a Vir Chakra awardee.[10][11][12][13]

Shroff is a devout Hindu devotee of Lord Shiva and has attributed his physique to Shiva. He holds a fast every Monday and during every Mahashivaratri festival.[14][15][16] He studied at the American School of Bombay.[17][18]

Due to his experience in martial arts, he has frequently spent time helping other actors train for films.[19][20][21][22][7][23] In 2014, he was awarded an honorary fifth degree black belt in Taekwondo.[24][25]

Career

Early work and success (2012–2020)

 
Shroff at an event for Heropanti in 2014

In 2012, Shroff was signed by producer Sajid Nadiadwala to make his film debut in Sabbir Khan's action romantic comedy Heropanti.[26][27] To prepare for the role, he took flexibility training under Ziley Mawai.[28] Released in 2014, Heropanti was a commercial success with a gross of 780 million (US$9.8 million) worldwide.[29][30] He gained praise for his dancing skills, action sequences, physique and for the ability to perform stunts, but was also criticised for his acting, looks and dialogue delivery.[31][32] Subhash K. Jha said that he "emotes, he dances and yes, he can fight".[33] However, Sweta Kaushal of Hindustan Times disagreed, calling his "dialogues forced" and said "his expressions do nothing in a given situation". In spite of terming his performance "a little unconvincing", Kaushal called his action sequences "admirable" and said he's a "great dancer".[34] Shroff's portrayal fetched him the Screen Award for Best Male Debut and the IIFA Award for Star Debut of the Year – Male in addition to a nomination in the same category at the 60th Filmfare Awards.

In 2016, Shroff reteamed with Nadiadwala and Sabbir in Baaghi (2016), set against the backdrop of a martial arts school while also featuring Shraddha Kapoor and Sudheer Babu. Earning 1.29 billion (US$16 million) in worldwide markets, Baaghi was also a success.[35] That year he also played a martial arts teacher who gains superpowers, in Remo D'Souza's superhero film A Flying Jatt alongside Jacqueline Fernandez.[36][37] In 2017, Shroff teamed with Sabbir for the third time in the dance film Munna Michael.[38] Both A Flying Jatt and Munna Michael were unsuccessful at the box office.[39]

 
Shroff at a promotional event for A Flying Jatt (2016)

In 2018, Shroff appeared in Ahmed Khan's Baaghi 2, a spiritual sequel to Baaghi, and the second instalment of the Baaghi Film Series opposite Disha Patani.[40] Produced by Nadiadwala, the film featured him as a rebellious army officer set on the mission to find his ex-girlfriend's missing daughter. Baaghi 2 grossed 1.65 billion (US$21 million) net domestically in India and over 2.58 billion (US$32 million) worldwide to become one of the top-grossing Bollywood films of the year.[41]

In 2019, Shroff appeared in Punit Malhotra's teen drama Student of the Year 2, his first mainstream romantic drama. Produced by Karan Johar's Dharma Productions, it was a standalone sequel to Student of the Year and saw Shroff portray a college student who competes in an annual school championship.[42] Rajeev Masand of News18 called his performance "the film's singular strength".[43] Ronak Kotecha, from The Times of India, agreed by saying "Tiger Shroff pretty much carries the film on his well-toned shoulders".[44]

Later in 2019, Shroff starred in Siddharth Anand's action thriller War alongside Hrithik Roshan.[45] The film was the highest-grossing Bollywood film of the year and ranks as Shroff's highest-grossing release. The worldwide collection for War was 4.76 billion Indian rupees (US$63 Million) and 3.18 billion Indian rupees nett domestically in India. War recorded a record-breaking opening collecting over 53.35 crore.[46][47]

In 2020, he starred in the third instalment of the Baaghi film series titled Baaghi 3, where he reunited with Shraddha Kapoor. The collections of the films were affected as theatres were shut due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the film managed to earn 1.37 Billion Indian Rupees Worldwide.[48][49][50]

Decline (2021–present)

After no releases for 2021, Shroff starred in the 2022 action sequel Heropanti 2 opposite Tara Sutaria. It received negative reviews from critics.[51] Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama wrote, "Despite lavish production value and fantastic stunts by Shroff, Heropanti 2 suffers from a poor storyline".[52] The film eventually became a box-office bomb.[53]

In 2023, Shroff starred in Vikas Bahl’s science fiction action film Ganapath, in which he reunited with Kriti Sanon.[54][55] Bhavna Agarwal of India Today noted, "Tiger Shroff is great with action sequences, as always, but fails to evoke an emotional chord as Guddu/Ganapath."[56] Once again, it was a commercial failure.[57]

Shroff teamed with Akshay Kumar in Ali Abbas Zafar's action film Bade Miyan Chote Miyan which released in 2024.[58] It received negative reviews and performed poorly at the box office.[59]

Other work

 
Shroff snapped during Star Guild Awards

In 2017, Shroff was brought in as Brand Ambassador and co-owner of Bengaluru Tigers, which is owned by 8K Miles Media Group.[60] The Bengaluru Tigers won third place in the inaugural season of Super Fight League, the first mixed martial arts (MMA) League in India. In 2018, Shroff was also made the Brand Ambassador of Prowl.[61] He is also the brand ambassador of brands like Pepsi, ASICS India, Casio India, 8PM Premium Black, Macho, Garnier, Forca, Great White Electronic.[62][63][64][65][66]

Filmography

Films

Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role(s) Notes Ref
2014 Heropanti Bablu Singh [67]
2016 Baaghi Ranveer Pratap Singh [68]
A Flying Jatt Aman Dhillon [69]
2017 Munna Michael Manav "Munna" Roy [70]
2018 Welcome to New York Himself Special appearance [71]
Baaghi 2 Ranveer Pratap Singh [72]
2019 Student of the Year 2 Rohan Sachdev [73]
War Khalid Rahmani / Saurabh Patil[a] [74]
2020 Baaghi 3 Ranveer Charan Chaturvedi [75]
2022 Heropanti 2 Babloo Ranawat [76]
2023 Ganapath Ganapath / Dalini [77]
2024 Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Rakesh [78]
Jagan Shakti's untitled project † TBA Filming [79]
Singham Again ACP Satya Filming [80]

Music videos

Year Song Singer(s) Ref.
2015 "Zindagi Aa Raha Hoon Main" Atif Aslam [81]
"Chal Wahan Jaate Hain" Arijit Singh [82]
2016 "Befikra" Meet Bros, Aditi Singh Sharma [83]
2018 "Get Ready to Move" Armaan Malik [84]
2019 "Are You Coming" Benny Dayal [85]
"Har Ghoont Mein Swag" Badshah [86]
2020 "I Am a Disco Dancer 2.0" Benny Dayal [87]
"Muskurayega India" Vishal Mishra [88]

Discography

Year Song Notes Ref.
2020 "Unbelievable" [89]
2021 "Casanova" [90]
"Vande Mataram" [91]
2022 "Poori Gal Baat" [92]
"Miss Hairan" For Heropanti 2 [93]

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2014 Stardust Awards Superstar of Tomorrow – Male Heropanti Won [94]
BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Debut Actor – Male Won [95]
Star Guild Awards Best Male Debut Won [96]
2015 ETC Bollywood Business Awards Highest Grossing Debut Actor Won [97]
Most Promising Newcomer (Male) Won
IIFA Awards Star Debut of the Year – Male Won [98]
Filmfare Awards Best Male Debut Nominated [99]
Screen Awards Most Promising Newcomer – Male Won [100]
2016 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards India Best Dancing Star Baaghi Won [101]
2017 Big Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actor in an Action Film Won [102]
Most Entertaining Dancer A Flying Jatt Won [102]
2019 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards India Favorite Movie Actor (Male) Student of the Year 2 Nominated [103]
2022 Pinkvilla Style Icons Awards Stylish Mould-Breaker - Male Nominated [104]
2023 Bollywood Hungama Style Icons Most Stylish Actor (Male) Nominated [105]
Most Stylish Youth Icon (Male) Nominated
Lokmat Stylish Awards Stylish Action Star Won [106]
2024 Pinkvilla Screen and Style Icons Awards Won [107]

Notes

  1. ^ Shroff played dual roles in the film.

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