Disha Patani and Tiger Shroff are going to get married: Tiger Shroff turned 31 on Tuesday. Look, physics, dance, Jackie Shroff’s son has kept Bollywood intoxicated. However, besides his work, Bollywood is also buzzing about his relationship with Disha Patani. The two have also done movies together. Occasionally two celebs are seen together. So are Disha and Tiger going to get married? What is Tiger’s father Jackie Shroff saying?
When questioned about his son’s marriage, Jackie Shroff told the Hindustan Times in a recent interview that his son is currently married. In other words, Tiger is busy with work. So not focusing on anything else at the moment. If he ever moves towards marriage, then Tiger will focus on marriage as well as work. In fact, Tiger is like that, if he concentrates on something, he can’t look the other way. So there is no indication of marriage at the moment!
Tiger Shroff was born on this day in 1990. Today he turned 31 years old. Jackie said about his son’s birthday plan, he planted a tree every time on his son’s birthday. However, Tiger again planned various surprises for his parents. Jackie is currently busy shooting. According to him, after everyone returns home, there will be an event or dinner at home in the evening.
Earlier, Tiger Shroff was heard talking about Disha. According to Tiger, it is Disha’s behavior that attracts him. There was no problem staying together for this. In fact, the two have a lot in common, and that’s what makes the relationship so strong. In an interview with Mumbai Mirror, Tiger said that he has very few friends in the industry. Danny Denzongpa’s son Rinzing and Bollywood’s famous villain Ranjeet’s son Jeeva is his best friend. They have grown up together since childhood. Later in Baaghi 2 (Baaghi) set there is talk with Disha. From there the friendship began. The two of them love to have fun with small things. The two have the same choice. There is no additional hassle of direction. Whenever they get a chance, they go out for dinner and lunch. Then marriage? No interest was matched by any of the parties.