Bollywood’s latest action hero Tiger Shroff has started shooting for his next Student of the Year 2. The Karan Johar film is a sequel to the superhit movie Student of the Year starring Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan and Sidharth Malhotra. Directed by Punit Malhotra, SOTY 2 is set to hit the cinemas on November 23. Lead actor Tiger Shroff, who is currently basking in the success of his last release Baaghi 2, looks all set and ready to wow the fans yet again with Student of the Year 2.
Trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared Tiger Shroff’s picture from the film’s shoot on Twitter.
The official Twitter account of the production banner today shared a picture from the sets of the film in the Uttarakhand capital. "STUDENT OF THE YEAR 2 - DAY #1 on set. Today, director @punitdmalhotra and his team begin their journey at Saint Teresa's with @iTIGERSHROFF & the girls," the post read.
Karan Johar also took to the microblogging site to announce that the details of the final cast will be disclosed on Wednesday.
The student journey begins again!!!! #SOTY2 ! The announcement of the final cast on Wednesday the 11th!!!! Watch this space....break a leg @punitdmalhotra @iTIGERSHROFF @DharmaMovies @apoorvamehta18 @foxstarhindi https://t.co/HrlyLdqscF— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) April 9, 2018
"The student journey begins again! #SOTY2! The announcement of the final cast on Wednesday the 11th! Watch this space... Break a leg," the director-producer wrote.
In a recent interview Tiger Shroff opened up on SOTY 2 and said he did not choose KJo’s film to break any stereotypes.
"I am trying something else with 'Student of the Year 2'. That's a complete contrast from 'Baaghi 2'. I am getting bullied and beaten up. Here, it is the opposite," Tiger said in a media interaction in Mumbai recently.
The actor said the decision to do the film - even as its rest of the cast is yet to be finalised - was not taken with the intention of breaking away from the action hero stereotype.
"I don't have much action in the film ('Student of the Year 2'). I didn't choose it to break the stereotype. It was an honour to work with Dharma Productions," he said.