"We have one thing in common. We both have to fight genetics as our fathers are amazing dancers," Hrithik, son of actor-filmmaker Rakesh Roshan, joked before handing over the award to Tiger. The "Heropanti" star has always been vocal about how much h e respects Hrithik, but when it comes to dancing there are more actors who inspire the youngster. "Shahid Kapoor is technical and his dance moves are clean. Govinda is the smoothest dancer. I don't think I can dance like him," said Tiger, who was nervous about joining the film industry. Having made a successful Bollywood acting debut with "Heropantia" last year, he says he didn't expect to be appreciated by the audience. "There was so much pressure on me as I am a star's kid. I didn't want to join the industry. My father became an overnight star with 'Hero' so, I was scared what if my debut film didn't work," said the actor, who gives most of the credit to the film's producer Sajid Nadiadwala. His father might be from the same industry, but Tiger says Jackie doesn't interfere in his work.
"He has a different mind and I have a different mind. He doesn't help me in choosing scripts," said Tiger, who is tied up with "Baaghi", another production of Nadiadwala.