Movies do make an impact on our lives, right? We’re sure many would think the same. There are some movies that seem so real that we start believing that something like this must have happened in real life too even though that is just fiction. Be it the execution of the film or the characters in the film, sometimes it does feel more than a mere film. Well, that’s what has happened with Hrithik Roshan, Vaani Kapoor and Tiger Shroff starrer War. Some are hailing and going gaga over War while there are some fans who are upset with this film. Here we are talking about a 4-year-old kid.
Recently, a 4-year-old girl watched War and thinking her idol Tiger Shroff was fighting with Hrithik Roshan for real, it made her upset. We got to know when her father took to his Twitter handle and tweeted, “Watched #War with a very very big fan of @iTIGERSHROFF, my 4y old daughter (Navya). she was 😟 to c u fight with @iHrithik @iTIGERSHROFF u r her inspiration for doing Gymnastic. She has been behind me that she wants to meet u but just a 'HI' will make her super happy.”
However, Tiger quickly responded to him and consoled her by saying that he is okay and would love to meet her soon. He quoted the comment by tweeting, “Hi navya! Dont be sad im ok now! Would love to meet her soon sir.” Now, isn’t that too sweet?
Hi navya! Dont be sad im ok now! Would love to meet her soon sir https://t.co/oHvA4iIvrZ— Tiger Shroff (@iTIGERSHROFF) October 6, 2019
Meanwhile, Siddharth Anand’s directorial is not only making noise in the film but at the box office also. So far, the film has beaten Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif’s Bharat, Aamir Khan and Amitabh Bachchan’s Thugs Of Hindostan and Prabhas and Anushka Shetty’s Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. The film has crossed the 150 crore mark and now aiming for 200 crore mark. The film was released on October 2
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