Salman Khan Says ‘I'm 55 But Doing Stuff I Used To Do When I Was 15, Because My Younger Generation Is Tiger Shroff’

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‘It is because my younger generation is Tiger Shroff’, says actor Salman Khan on what motivated him to work hard. Salman who has been in the industry for more than three decades feels that because of actor Tiger, he is motivated to do hard work. Tiger Shroff has been applauded as the industry's most fit and hard-working actors. Recently, veteran actor Salman Khan also shared some kind words for the actor. Talking to a group of journalists in a virtual interview, Salman Khan spoke about what keeps him motivated to work harder after three decades in the industry.


He shared, “I realised that only when you put your sweat and blood and, you give it your best- your audience would understand and appreciate your hard work. So now, at 55-56, I am doing stuff that I used to do when I was 14 and 15 years old. It is because my younger generation is Tiger Shroff.” Salman Khan will be sharing the screen space with Tiger’s father Jackie Shroff in his recently released film, Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. He essays the role of a big brother to Disha Patani’s character in the movie. If Salman feels motivated to see Tiger’s work, in an interview, Jackie said he considered Salman to his little brother.


Tiger has been very well known in the industry for his seamless action and dancing skills. Recently the actor also released two music singles one of which also hit the billboard charts. The actor has multiple franchises lined up for releases like Heropanti 2, Baaghi 4, and Ganapath up his sleeve.


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