Casanova: Tiger Shroff's New Song Sends The Internet Into A Meltdown

Casanova: The new music video highlights Tiger Shroff as an artist, just as an artist

New Delhi: After his hit first independent Unbelievable, Tiger Shroff is back with another music video named Casanova and the melody has sent the Internet into an emergency.


Tiger, similar to his past tune, can be seen donning numerous caps - that of a vocalist, just as an artist. His dance moves, enlivened by legend Michael Jackson, and his abs got everyone's attention in the tune.


Casanova, coordinated by Punit Malhotra (who was worked with Tiger on Student Of The Year 2), includes the entertainer romancing model Akansha Sharma. Sharing the video on his YouTube channel, Tiger Shroff composed, "'I was a Casanova before I saw you young lady.' Happy to present to you my subsequent single, Casanova as the absolute first video on my Official YouTube channel.


Couldn't imagine anything better than to hear your criticism in the remarks underneath! Additionally let me understand what sort of substance might you want to see on this channel. Much thanks to You for continually supporting me with all the affection and appreciation. I do what I do in view of all of you, this current one's for you."


Minutes after Tiger Shroff delivered his music video, it went off the deep end viral via web-based media. The melody has been created by Avitesh Shrivastava, who has additionally composed its verses.


Tiger Shroff delivered his first independent Unbelievable in September a year ago. The entertainer had, around then, shared that he had "for a long while been itching to sing and move" to his own melody.


In one of his Instagram posts, he had expressed: "Consistently needed to sing and move to my own tune, yet never truly dared to take it forward. Invested a ton of energy investigating and working this lockdown and found something new. Its been an 'mind blowing' experience, and i'm eager to impart this unassuming exertion to you soon."

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