Tiger Shroff wants to do clean, noble characters

Mumbai: Actor Tiger Shroff says a lot of his fans are children and that's why he wants to essay clean and noble characters on screen. "I am lucky that most of my fan following is made of kids, so I try to choose my characters accordingly. They (children) are the future of our country and I want to do very clean, noble characters so that I don't wrongly influence them through my films. It's all for my kiddy fans," Tiger said here. Tiger will next be seen in Remo D'Souza's "A Flying Jatt" and said this is for the first time he is experimenting with action and comedy. "I just hope critics appreciate my work in this film. This is for the first time I am experimenting with action and comedy. I think we have done a great job," he said. "A Flying Jatt" will see Tiger portray a flawed Punjabi superhero who is still coming to terms with his powers. The film also features Jacqueline Fernandez and Nathan Jones. -*- First schedule of 'Tera Intezaar' wrapped up The first schedule of actors Sunny Leone and Arbaaz Khan starrer "Tera Intezaar" has been wrapped up. Sunny on Tuesday shared a photograph of herself along with Arbaaz and the entire team on Twitter.  "Principle cast of 'Tera Intezaar'! First schedule finished! Arbaaz Khan," she captioned the image.  The film, tagged as a musical romance, is being directed by debutant Raajeev Walia. "Tera Intezaar" will reportedly be shot in Kutch as well as in international locations. The film also stars Arya Babbar, Sudha Chandran and Salil Ankola. -*- 'Shaheb Bibi Golaam' important film for Swastika Mukherjee Actress Swastika Mukherjee, who will be seen playing the lead in the upcoming thriller "Shaheb Bibi Golaam", said it is an important film in her career. "I have been looking forward to this for a long time because it has gone through the censor board issues regarding Bibi's character that I played in the film. 'Shaheb Bibi Golaam' is an important film in my career," Swastika said. About her role, she said: "The name of my character in the film is Jaya. She is a middle-class housewife who faces usual incompetence in her daily life. She breaks out from her household chores and does something that makes her feel liberated. She comes out in the open about her personal and sexual desires." On what prompted her to do the role, the actress said: "I loved the script. I don't want to repeat myself as an actress and this role is something I haven't played before. It is a bold character." Swastika, who has worked in Dibakar Banerjee's "Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!", said: "I feel very proud to be a part of this film and thoroughly enjoyed doing it." Set in Kolkata, the film depicts the story of a contract killer, a housewife and a taxi driver. "Its Pratim D. Gupta's (director) second film. We have been friends for long and I feel this film is an important film to be made in present times... The kind of society we are living in. I hope the audience is going to like the film. It's a thriller and a commercial film with a lot of songs," she said. "Shaheb Bibi Golaam", a Bengali film with English subtitles, also stars Anjan Dutt, Ritwick Chakraborty, Parno Mittra and Vikram Chatterjee, and is slated to release on August 26.