Tiger Shroff finalised for ‘ABCD 3’ false news: Remo D’Souza

Mumbai, (IANS) The Any Body Can Dance (ABCD) franchise director Remo D’Souza has rubbished reports of actor Tiger Shroff being finalised for the third movie in the series “ABCD 3”.

“ABCD 2” starring Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor is slowly inching towards the Rs.100-crore club.

Present at the promo shoot of his upcoming dance reality show “Dance Plus”, Remo told the media: “Actually you journalists have received false news. I’m doing an action film with Tiger which is going on the floors at the end of this month. I haven’t even thought about ‘ABCD 3’, so how can Tiger be a part of it?”

Tentatively titled “Flying Sikh” or even “Flying Jat”, the film sees Tiger paired opposite Jacqueline Fernandez. It is being produced by Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Telefilms Ltd.

On the success of “ABCD 2”, Remo said: “I think it will cross the Rs.100-crore mark this week and I’m extremely delighted with the response. I would like to thank the fans for their love, specifically their love in the form of money. I’m hoping that they continue giving me their love and that I continue making such films.”

Tiger is currently busy with Sabbir Khan’s “Baaghi” opposite Shraddha Kapoor. His music video “Zindagi Aa Raha Hu Main” with singer Atif Aslam has also been appreciated by the audience.

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