Ganapath: Actor Rahman Is All Set To Play Tiger Shroff’s Father’s Role In The Upcoming Action Film – ReportsMoviesNew Releases
Ganapath is the upcoming action film starring Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon in the lead role. According to the reports of a leading daily, actor Rahman is will be playing the role of Tiger’s father in the film
Tiger Shroff is all set to show his masculine and inpressive body in the upcoming film Ganapath. He will be sharing the screen space with Kriti Sanon in the film. The actor completed the UK schedule of Ahmed Khan’s Sajid Nadiadwala directorial Heropanti 2, Tiger Shroff started shooting for Vikas Bahl’s Ganapath in the Queen’s City. He was also joined by Kriti Sanon, who is reuniting with Tiger seven years after they first worked together in Heropanti.
According to the reports of the leading daily, the makers have roped in actor Rahman to play Tiger’s father in this futuristic drama. As per the sources of a leading daily Rahman has already shot for a major portion and has come back to India for a family promise. He will be joining the team again in London from next week. Tiger Shroff plays a boxer in the film, and his onscreen father too was a boxer in his earlier days. Adding more to it, the source said that the makers are expected to wrap up the UK schedule by this month-end.
Speaking more of it, Amitabh Bachchan was approached for the father’s role earlier, however, it didn’t work out for reasons unknown. Recently, Tiger Shroff had even posted a photograph on Instagram with the film’s producer Jackky Bhagnani. While sharing the photo the actor wrote that he was literally chilling with his Bossman aka Producer Saab aka Bro.
Earlier in an interview, Kriti had opened up about doing Ganapath. She said that one will see her do action for the first time properly. One must have seen the poster that features Kriti Sanon on a Dirt Bike, that’s also something that she was supposed to learn. Kriti did ride a Bullet in Bachchan Pandey, but a Bullet and a Dirt Bike are very different from each other, concluded Kriti Sanon.