There is no doubt that Tiger Shroff is the gen-now action star, the one who youth looks up to when it comes to achieving impeccable fitness level and unmatched dancing skills. While his first two films, ‘Heropanti’ and ‘Baaghi’ saw tremendous acclaim and box office success, his third film, ‘A Flying Jatt’ that saw him play a superhero, bombed miserably at the box office.While other actors prefer taking a diplomatic stance on their films’ box office failure, Tiger prefers to be candid and honest. In an exclusive interview to Times of India, Tiger confessed that the box office failure of ‘A Flying Jatt’ left him heart-broken. “I won’t lie. I am a very emotional person; it was very heartbreaking to see that film not getting the kind of success we expected it to get. We worked really hard for that film. It was a dream role for me and I had a lovely time working with Remo (D’souza) Sir. He is talented, hardworking, lovely human being and he deserves all the success.”Although the film’s failure shattered him emotionally, the heartthrob hasn’t lost confidence in the genre. Taking his failure with a pinch of salt, Tiger says he is absolutely open to doing more films in the fantasy genre. ‘Yes of course, I am not done with that genre yet; I feel there is still some untapped magic in that genre. I feel I can do more magic in that space.” Way to go boy!