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Tiger Shroff performs victory dance as ‘Naatu Naatu’ wins Golden Globes


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New Delhi: Just like the rest of the Indians, Tiger Shroff is feeling the pride of Indian cinema’s mega global win, which came after RRR’s song, ‘Naatu Naatu’ won a Golden Globe award for ‘Best Original Song in a Motion Picture’.

Several leading figures have been hailing the extremely proud moment for the country in their own ways, and what better than a dance tribute by Tiger to mark the achievement by India.

On Thursday, Tiger took to social media and celebrated this success in an energetic and swag filled manner, much like the original.

He shared a clip of himself dancing to ‘Naatu Naatu’, donning an all black look, from hat to shoes and captioned it, “This should be our victory dance after yesterday huge win for Indian Cinema! congratulations to the whole team of RRR @ssrajamouli @mmkeeravani @jrntr @alwaysramcharan”.

While there is no one like Tiger in action and dance in today’s generation, he is also a very proud Indian and always doing his bit to show respect to the country and be happy for its big wins, like this one.

On the work front, Tiger is currently gearing up for two mega releases of the year, ‘Ganapath’ and ‘Bade Miyan Chhote Miyan’.

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