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Tiger will be doing a look test soon

Posted December 18th, 2014, 06:52 PM IST

Tiger will be doing a look test soon

Tiger Shroff will soon be doing a look test for his second film, tentatively titled Heer Ranjha, for which he will be working with his Heropanti director Sabir Khan and producer Sajid Nadiadwala once again. The project will go on the floors end of January. However, in a surprise move Sabir has decided to do a token day’s shooting on December 21 when Tiger’s look for the film will be unveiled.

Sabir says, “It is very important to ensure that we as a team go much further than what we achieved in Heropanti. Therefore we’re doing a look test and a special stunt on December 21, before we start the full-fledged shooting in January.”

The leading lady has not been finalised yet. But Sabir says it’s is “definitely not” Shraddha Kapoor whose name has been doing the rounds lately. “We’re initially shooting only the solo portions with Tiger. Hopefully we’ll have the heroine in place by the time I finish the final draft of my script.”

Sabir is off to Goa for Christmas and New Year’s to complete the script. “I think I’ve earned myself a holiday. It’s a been a very trying time for both Tiger and me.

The other night Tiger won the Superstar Of Tomorrow at the Stardust Awards. To see that smile on his and his parents’ face was worth all the pain and effort. Tiger is a very focused professional. If we’ve seen 40 per cent of his abilities in Heropanti, we’ll see 70 per cent of his skills in our next film.”