Watch: Tiger Shroff takes the Mumbai local train to shoot for his film Munna Michael
Tiger Shroff hides behind a mask and a hoodie with a white handkerchief and sunglasses while travelling in the local train.
If you happen to board a local train from Vasai to Bandra in the wee hours of the morning and end up bumping into Tiger Shroff, thank us.
The star is taking an early morning local for the past 10 days as he is shooting for the climax scene of Sabbir Khan's dance drama Munna Michael in Vasai.
However, he does not flaunt his chiseled face to fellow passengers. Instead, he hides behind a mask and a hoodie or a white handkerchief and sunglasses to avoid getting mobbed in the crowded local train. Mid-Day reports that one of its readers spotted Tiger in the train and even identified him.
Since the trains are far less crowded in early morning, Tiger managed to wiggle out of the train at Bandra. Since the cat was out of the bag, Tiger decided to post a video of him traveling in the local train on his Instagram account.
As the caption stated, Tiger loves traveling in the local trains. Tiger's father and actor Jackie Shroff was a slum dweller in his childhood, and he went on to earn his big break in Subhash Ghai's 1983 film Hero. Since he had a modest beginning, Tiger probably has taken after him in that regard.
Also, Tiger's titular character in Munna Michael is a dancer who grew up in the streets and became a popular dancer. Thus, traveling in the local train would have also been a good prep for his role.
Munna Michael marks his third collaboration with Khan after his acting debut Heropanti and Baaghi.
It also stars Vivaan Shah, newcomer Nidhhi Agerwal, Sahil Anand, Sana Saeed, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Samir Kochhar, Purab Kohli, Tanishaa Mukerji, Ronit Roy, Ameesha Patel and Johnny Lever. It is slated to release on 7 July.
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