Actor Tiger Shroff says he is trying to become a real-life superhero, especially for children.
The actor, who joined hands with a flagship corporate social responsibility programme P&G Shiksha with an aim to make a difference to the lives of underprivileged children in Mumbai, feels lucky to have a wide young fan base.
"I am not a real life superhero. I'm trying to be a real life superhero especially to the kids. I'm lucky enough to have a larger audience in the children," Tiger told IANS over phone from Mumbai.
Taking the programme ahead this year, P&G Shiksha culminated ‘Shiksha Superheroes', a campaign to acknowledge consumers as the real-life superheroes who pick the brand and contribute to changing the life of underprivileged children.
Joining the movement this year, Tiger on Friday donned the avatar of ‘Shiksha Superhero' for the students of a school, and emphasised on the importance of education in the lives of children.
Tiger was happy to be associated with a good cause.
Talking about the initiative, the "Baaghi" star said: "It was fun. We got to do fun activities, got to dance with the kids, got to tell them the importance of education. I got to tell them how important it is to indulge in extra curricular activities and not just basic eduction. It is very important to take care of your health and do outdoor activities and other physical activities."
On the film front, Tiger has big projects like the Hindi remake of Hollywood action film "Rambo", "Munna Michael" and "Baaghi 2" in his kitty.