Actor Tiger Shroff, whose name was made fun of on social media, doesn't mind it at all. In fact, he believes it adds to a person's "publicity".
The jokes on him became so popular that his name was trending on micro-blogging site Twitter recently. But he takes it in his stride.
"It is a good thing that people are talking about me. Besides me, there are Rajinikanth-ji, Alok Nath-ji, Alia Bhatt and now Yo Yo Honey Singh (on whom jokes have been popular online)," Tiger said here Monday at an event where he staged Parkour live.
"Many youngsters these days are using internet. I think it is a good thing if you are talked about online. After all it is publicity, be it positive or negative," said the son of veteran actor Jackie Shroff.
As of now, Tiger is gearing up for the release of his debut film "Heropanti". Produced by Sajid Nadiadwala and directed by Sabbir Khan, the film is slated to release Friday.
The film also marks the acting debut of Kriti Sanon.
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