Jackie Shroff says he does not give his son Tiger anything suggestions on his career as he feels the young star is doing pretty well by himself and he does not want to impose himself on him. The 58-year-old “Brothers” actor says he has raised Tiger well and knows that he is a very disciplined person, who will always take the right decisions in life.
“My input in his career is not there. I have raised him well. I don’t tell him about his career. I never told him about his studies in school. I know he is a balanced boy. He is a disciplined sportsperson. It is more than enough for me. I don’t like to impose myself on him,” said Jackie. Tiger made his acting debut opposite Kriti Sanon in Sajid Nadiadwala’s production “Heropanti” last year. He will next star in “Baaghi” and “A Flying Jatt”.
Jackie’s daughter Krishna has become quite a social media star after she posted some topless pictures of herself on Instagram. Calling her “cool”, Jackie said his daughter is training young basketball players at a school, but people do not talk about it. ”She is teaching basket ball to girls, she is a coach right now. That’s what she has been doing now and before she was teaching kindergarten kids. She is cool. She has a friend who is a photographer and they keep experimenting with different photographs. ”And people go ballistic. But they don’t write about how she is training little girls to play basketball,” he said.