Tiger Shroff Drops The Acoustic Version Of Casanova, Keeps His Fingers Crossed, Wants Fans To Shower Love

Tiger Shroff is excited to share acoustic version of Casanova, hopes the audience will like it

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Tiger Shroff Drops The Acoustic Version Of Casanova, Keeps His Fingers Crossed, Wants Fans To Shower Love
Tiger Shroff's Casanova which released on January 15 was his second single song after Unbelivable. Tiger may have entered new grounds but the venture proved a successful and Tiger has now come out with the acoustic version of his song Casanova. Casanova released to great reviews from fans and people could not stop praising the star for his new found talent. People updated their status suggesting how they were hearing the song on loop or couldn't get it out of their mind.

Some even mentioned not being able to help themselves but ending up grooving to his music. Tiger mentioned in his social media post, “Hope you guys like this take on #casanova out now on my YouTube channel! @iamavitesh @raveenamehtaofficial @myqyuki @shariquealy” Tiger has been lauded for his acting, dancing and performances in action sequences and now he has added singing to his skill set. It won't be a stretch to say that he is a man of many skills and his star just keeps growing alongside his talent.

Check out the actor’s Instagram post- 

Just before dropping the acoustic version, he had left his fans excited by dropping a teaser a day before, Tiger wrote in his Instagram post, “Happy to share with you all a small glimpse of our acoustic version of #casanova. Thank you for all your love out on Feb 2nd on my Youtube channel.”

Tiger's upcoming movies boast the likes of Rambo, Heropanti 2, Baaghi 4 and Ganpath. Meanwhile, Casanova is winning a lot of hearts, go and watch the song and video now if you haven't already.



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