Tiger Shroff says he watched actor Hrithik Roshan's mannerisms in "Krrish" in a bid to get into the skin of his character of a superhero in the upcoming film "A Flying Jatt".
The 26-year-old "Baaghi" actor will be seen as a caped-crusader in Remo D'Souza's "A Flying Jatt". Tiger says while he didn't take any inspiration from superheroes in the West, he studied how Hrithik portrayed the character of "Krrish".
"I didn't take any inspiration from anywhere because Remo sir was very clear in his mind. He wanted an original superhero, so I

didn't take any inspiration, though I did watch 'Krrish' many times.
"I just wanted to study Hrithik sir's body language when he is running, or how he stands in the costume," he said. The actor was speaking at the launch of "Beat Pe Booty" song from his film here last evening, which also features Jacqueline Fernandez.
Produced under the banner of Balaji Motion Pictures, the film also features professional wrestler Nathan Jones in a negative role.
"A Flying Jatt" is scheduled to release on August 25. 

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