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Ganapath’s Tiger Shroff Travels In The Metro With Jackky Bhagnani, Netizens Say ‘Copying Hrithik Roshan’ –

Tiger and Jackky in the metro. (Image: Instagram)

Tiger Shroff and Jackky Bhagnani took the Mumbai metro recently. Netizens accused them of copying Hrithik Roshan.

Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon’s film Ganapath: A Hero Is Born was released amid much anticipation on Friday, October 20. The film witnessed a slow start at the box office, minting Rs. 4.75 net in India, as per reports from Sacnilk.com. However, the film’s cast and makers are leaving no stone unturned to promote the film. As the film is released during Durga Puja celebrations, Tiger Shroff and producer Jackky Bhagnani recently took the Mumbai metro to visit a pandal in the city.

For their metro ride, Tiger sported a white button-down shirt with black pants and matching black shoes. The actor looked dapper as he donned a pair of sunglasses and indulged in a conversation with Jackky. Meanwhile, Jackky opted for a more casual look with an all-black ensemble.

As the video of the two of them in the metro went viral on Instagram, netizens flocked to the comments section to express their hot takes. One person wrote, “I thought he was Salt Bae .” Another person commented, “Is trending right now to travel on the metro train to promote the movie?” One person wrote, “These people will copy Hrithik Roshan.” One person commented, “Ganapath ❤️❤️.”

The film was highly anticipated before its release as it marked the second collaboration between Kriti Sanon and Tiger Shroff nearly nine years after they debuted together in the film Heropanti. Ganapath: A Hero Is Born is also Kriti Sanon’s first release after winning her National Award in the Best Actress category for Mimi.

The film is a Vikas Bahl directorial venture. Ganapath, which also features Amitabh Bachchan, is produced by Vashu Bhagnani, Jackky Bhagnani, Deepshikha Deshmukh and Vikas Bahl. The film is now in theatres in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada languages.

’s review of the film reads, “If the film proves anything, it is that if you make a movie with an apology of a screenplay and hope a star will save you, it is a surefire recipe for a cinematic disaster. The patience of the audience is constantly being tested. With complete disdain for coherence and clarity, it meanders off in a variety of useless ways and switches back and forth between periods. The story tries to be overwhelmingly larger than life, but in the process, it loses logic and becomes preposterous.”

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