Won't bring shame to my parents by reacting to RGV: Tiger Shroff

In his defence, Vidyut posted the recording of this conversation on Twitter and exposed Ram Gopal Varma's double standards.

Actor Tiger Shroff's parents Jackie Shroff and Ayesha Shroff along with his sister Krishna Shroff has reacted on filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma's recent "transgender" comment on the actor. Last night he tweeted that he is posing an open challenge to Vidyut Jammwal to engage in a street fight with Tiger Shroff.

He did not stop at one just tweet but went on tweeting about it urging the two to fight. Vidyut then called RGV and taped the conversation, in which the director referred to Tiger Shroff as "transgender" and a 'woman'.

It seems Vidyut called RGV to iron out the differences and understand what those tweets actually meant. He took to Twitter to apologise for his act and said that Vidyut made him realise his mistake. Vidyut sir and I are martial artistes and the first rule of martial arts is that we don't use it as an offensive. He has picked a bone with nearly everybody in Bollywood, from calling Tiger Shroff a bikini babe to posting sexist and unflattering remarks about women and Sunny Leone on International Women's Day, he has been there and done that. "I've made some sort of impact", he adds. "Am super sure that @VidyutJammwal will never have the guts to take on @iTIGERSHROFF 's challenge". "I put out the recording with his permission". I don't want to bring shame to my mother; father and I don't think they would want me to react. He told the daily, "Ramu sir is very random sometimes".

Besides filmmaking, Bollywood director Ram Gopal Varma is famously known for making controversial statements on other stars. He made some distasteful comments on Tiger Shroff's birthday by calling him bikini babe. But his major target off late has been Tiger Shroff.

  • Salvatore Jensen