Do you know the real name of Tiger Shroff?

New Delhi:

Tiger Shroff Birthday: 

Bollywood actor Tiger Shroff, who has won everyone's heart with his fitness and looks, is celebrating his birthday on March 2.

Tiger, who became a film hero in 2014 with 'Heropanti', was born on March 2, 1990 in Mumbai.

Apart from acting, Tiger Shroff has a distinct identity for action scenes, dance and fitness.

However, very few people know that the real name of Jackie Shroff and Ayesha Shroff's son was Jai Hemant Shroff but later his name was changed to Tiger Shroff.

Let us know a very interesting story on his birthday.

How Jai Hemant became Tiger Shroff

Tiger's name in childhood was Jai Hemant Shroff but later it was changed to Tiger Shroff.

This story is very famous.

Actually, when Tiger was young, he used to act and dance by watching his father.

He was very much concerned with his fitness.

Seeing his son's fitness, father used to call Jackie Shroff Tiger.

Gradually people also started calling him by this name.

When film director Sabir Khan signed him for the first time, he launched him in the film industry with this name. 

This is why the name of Tiger Shroop was changed

Once Tiger Shroff had told that he used to be quite mischievous in his childhood.

He had a habit of biting with his teeth.

Once he even bit his school teacher.

Seeing his habit and fitness, father Jackie Shroff started calling him Tiger and then gradually became famous by this name. 

I was crazy about this thing, not acting.

Even though people like Tiger Shroff's acting and dance moves, he was never fond of it.

He had a passion for martial arts since childhood.

Tiger's dream was to become a trained martial artist.

At that time he had not even thought about acting.

Today he has professional skills in martial arts, gymnastics and dance. 

Tiger Shroff's film career

Tiger's first film was 'Heropanti'.

In this film, he did all the stunts himself.

After this he has done films like 'Baaghi', 'Baaghi 2', 'War', 'A Flying Jatt', 'Student of the Year 2' and 'Ganpat'.