Actor Tiger Shroff, who looked all hot and sexy in a picture for the Dabboo Ratnani Calendar, has revealed that he is feeling the pressure with his upcoming movies Student of The Year 2 and Baaghi 3. Both are sequels of movies of the same name, with SOTY 2 slated for release in May. On feeling the pressure, Tiger said there is a lot of expectation since both had done so well.

Speaking at the launch of photographer Dabboo Ratnani’s 2019 calendar, Tiger said the other reason is stepping into the shoes of three big stars, namely Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, and Sidharth Malhotra, and that adds a lot of pressure on him and his Student of The Year 2 co-stars.

“Definitely. There is pressure because I didn’t expect Baaghi 2 would do the numbers which it did so there is a lot of expectations among the audience for Baaghi as a franchise and not only that, I am also doing Student of The Year 2 which is a very big franchise,” IANS quoted him as saying.

Tiger also said that since it is a big film, they would like the franchise to live on and are keeping their fingers crossed that it does.

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Apart from Student Of The Year 2 and Baaghi 3, Tiger will also be seen sharing screen space with his childhood idol actor Hrithik Roshan in a yet-untitled film produced by Yash Raj Productions.

“I have finished shooting of Student of The Year 2, and currently I am shooting for Hrithik vs Tiger film,” Tiger said about his shooting schedule.

On working with Hrithik, he said: “It was like a dream come true moment for me. After every shot, when I see him on the monitor, I feel like I am dreaming because it has been my childhood fantasy to work with him. When we do a high-speed shot or an action scene then it feels amazing.”

Tiger went on to say that he has learned a lot from working with Hrithik, who, according to him, does a lot of thinking before doing any shot.