Tiger Shroff Deadlifts 200 Kgs In His Latest Workout Video, Hailed As 'superhuman' By Ishaan Khatter, Shilpa Shetty And More

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Tiger Shroff who is hailed as Bollywood's action hero recently took to Instagram and posted a video where he was seen deadlifting 200kg.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:
Tiger Shroff who is hailed as Bollywood's action hero recently took to Instagram and posted a video where he was seen deadlifting 200kg.

Tiger Shroff who is hailed as Bollywood's action hero recently took to Instagram and posted a video where he was seen deadlifting 200kg. "Its been a while since I pushed myself this far. 200 kgs. Used to feel a lot lighter back in high school. Only human," he captioned the video.

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Watch the video below: 

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Ever since it has been posted, it is going viral on social media and many celebrities and netizens have showered it with comments such as, 'Superhuman', 'Super stuff', 'Baap rey' and more. Take a look- 

ON THE WORK FRONT: 

Tiger Shroff will be seen sharing screen space with Hrithik Roshan in 'War'. The film is an action entertainer showcasing a massive showdown between Hrithik and Tiger. While the film has been making the headlines ever since its action-packed trailer dropped on Monday. Recently, the makers have also revealed that the Hrithik-Tiger starrer is the first film ever to be shot in the Arctic Circle.  It is sure to keep fans on the edge of their seats, with the actors performing death-defying stunts. The much-anticipated action film is directed by Siddharth Anand and is scheduled to hit the theaters on October 2, this year. 

 

 

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