Tiger Shroff, the Bollywood popular actor and martial artist lately shared a picture on the micro-blogging site, Twitter where dressed dapper in all black, he posed like human rubber band. Everyone knows, through his dance and action scene so far, how amazingly flexible is his body. Kudos!
Those who reach touch the stars ❤😊 pic.twitter.com/bSa2qtTaKQ
— Tiger Shroff (@iTIGERSHROFF) October 9, 2016
But we bet while he was sharing this picture the beautiful thought he quoted it with, “those who reach touch the stars”, he didn’t know about what would be the after-effects.
Twitter did what it does. One wrong move, and you can turn into the trendy memes over internet. Every celebrity is under a microscope (a giant one) these days. Because after all what is internet without memes? The photoshop battle immediately kicked off the moment Tiger shared his picture and all hell broke loose. It turned out to be something as insane and as hilarious as this.
*Leo finally won a Tiger*
*Tiger sure knows how to do it*
— Bahadur (@my2bit) October 11, 2016
*That’s how Tiger do it*
— Tiger Shroff Mania (@ShroffTiger_fc) October 11, 2016
*This would be difficult. Don’t try at Indian metro*
In Local Train
1 ~ Normal people
2 ~ Tiger Shroff pic.twitter.com/btMA8EJX92
— Surgical SWAMY (@HaramySwamy) October 12, 2016
*Tiger his own moves*
— daft pun (@krazyfrog) October 12, 2016
And when the twitter was done with the Photoshop, and still could not get enough of this picture, it started captioning it. Watch out some of the best ones here:
When you’re at the gynecologist’s clinic. pic.twitter.com/ajoqbKjF8d
— NRK (@PWNeha) October 12, 2016
Meanwhile on Insta pic.twitter.com/1wtd6b5x4g
— Arjun (@zoomphatak) October 12, 2016
*Suresh raises hand*
— Sapan Verma (@sapanv) October 12, 2016
GF: Baby how much you love me?
Pic1: *Normal people* Itna.
Pic2: *Tiger shroff* Itnaaaaaaa… pic.twitter.com/jWkSN5bcBd
— Anupaminem (@Anupaminem) October 12, 2016
Mom : paer utha maid ne pochha lagana hai
— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) October 12, 2016
Internet is a mean place. Yet, ROFL, aren’t you?