Tiger Shroff Has Posted In A While On Twitter!!! Read Below To Know About The Sizzling Photograph

Amid the 21-day lockdown imposed by the government to fight the novel deadly Coronavirus, it’s time to ‘stay home and stay safe.’ Everyone, including Bollywood and Hollywood celebrities, has been battling for social distancing and following the official advisories issued in public safety. Tiger Shroff is certainly missing his old self amid this shutdown.

Tiger took to Twitter and shared a throwback picture of him looking smashing in that chiseled look. The caption of the photo hints that he is missing his old six-pack abs amid this lockdown but urges all to adhere to the lockdown advisory.

Tiger Shroff, who boats a considerable fan following on social media, shared a stunning photo on Instagram of himself. Taking to his picture sharing app, Tiger posted a photo that has made his fans go gaga on the internet. He can be seen as a green checked shirt paired grey denim jeans. The actor looks handsome as he gives a severe pose at the terrace.

Meanwhile, Tiger has been sharing posts to spread awareness about the protective measures against the new Coronavirus. He was also seen urging fans not to come outside their houses and practice the self-quarantine at home.

Tiger Shroff, Urvashi Rautela, has now joined the bandwagon of Bollywood stars who are playing #Antakshari while quarantining at home. Bollywood celebrities have come together to find an entertaining pass-time, amid the 21-Day India lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.

On the work front, Tiger Shroff was last seen in ‘Baaghi 3’ with Shraddha Kapoor. The movie did fabulous business at the Box Office and could have done even better but suffered because of the pandemic virus outbreak. The venture is helmed by Ahmed Khan.

Coronavirus, which first emerged in China’s Wuhan city, has now spread across the globe. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic, prompting the governments worldwide to take extraordinary measures to contain the spread of the deadly virus.

Globally, the pandemic flu has claimed over 21,000 lives as of now.

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