One-film-old Tiger Shroff is sure about one thing, he doesn't want to step into his father's shoes for "Ram Lakhan" remake if at all it's offered to him.
Riding high on the big success of his debut movie "Heropanti", the 24-year-old is happy with what he has got so far.
"No, I don't want to do any of my father's film's remakes. We both are different people and I don't want any sort of comparisons," Tiger told IANS.
"If at all anyone offers me 'Ram Lakhan', I will not do it."
Apparently, Rohit Shetty is planning to remake Subhash Ghai directed "Ram Lakhan", a 1989 blockbuster starring Anil Kapoor, Jackie, Madhuri Dixit and Dimple Kapadia. Shetty is apparently considering various names from the young lot to play the male leads.
Meanwhile, the Shroff youngster is happy to be accepted by the audience in "Heropanti".
"I am happy with the response and fans appreciation. I don't know what I did in 'Heropanti' (Pata nahin aisa kya ukhaad liya tha maine 'Heropanti' mein)... it's the best feeling to be loved and accepted by the audience," said Tiger, who is likely to feature in Sabbir Khan's directorial venture.
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