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Tiger Shroff shares a BTS video of how he prepared for his song ‘Casanova’; ladylove Disha Patani drops a comment! – Times of India

Tiger Shroff loves to keep fans updated about his life through regular posts on Instagram. On Tuesday, the actor dropped a BTS video of himself prepping for his second single ‘Casanova’. In the video, he can be seen honing his singing skills with his music teacher Suzanne D’Mello.

He captioned the post, “Heres a little sneak into some of the prep i did for #casanova with my amazingly talented singing teacher @suzanne_dmello ✨❤️thank you mam for having patience with a beginner like me🙏😊 full video of our prep will be out on my channel soon. ❤️”

Check out the post here:

Soon, Tiger’s ladylove Disha Patani dropped a comment on his post. She wrote, “Wowww” along with fire emojis.

Composed by is Avitesh Shrivastava, the song is directed by Punit Malhotra.

On the work front, the actor has a long list of projects in his kitty that includes ‘Heropanti 2’, Hindi remake of ‘Rambo’ and ‘Ganapath: Chapter 1’.

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