It’s like RGV has provoked a bee-hive by calling Tiger Shroff ‘the greatest woman’ he had ever seen. Right from the beginning when he started his rant on Tiger Shroff, RGV was targeting him calling names to infer that the young actor is more a woman, not a man.
Choreographer turned filmmaker Farah Khan took a dig at RGV for calling Tiger ‘a woman’. According to her, she felt sad that some people think calling someone ‘a woman’ is an insult. She also added by saying it’s more a compliment than an insult. She is outrightly correct as being a woman isn’t an insult, actually.
Farah Khan’ thought is really sensible and we hope RGV stops this insensible rant which demeans a woman. One wonders, how RGV can think this way. Is ‘woman’ an abusive word to use for insulting somebody? Comparing Tiger Shroff to Sunny Leone and Urmila Matondkar are things which show his desperation to irk the young actor.