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She gave birth to her son, Tagir, in March, six months after she wed her husband.Nidhhi Agerwal is set to make her debut opposite actor Tiger Shroff in filmmaker Sabbir Khan’s Munna Michael. He has helped me a lot on the sets of our film and I will never forget that.Apart from the buzz around the film, another thing, which has been doing the rounds is link-up rumours between Nidhhi and Tiger. I am lucky to meet a person like him who has helped me so much. Asked if she is dating someone else, she quips, “I have no personal life. love is such a beautiful thing but I don’t have it.There have been reports suggesting that Tiger’s proximity with Nidhhi has created problems between him and his rumoured girlfriend Disha Patani. The weather is also so romantic and I am just sitting alone.” This time, we're taking Bollywood’s Asli Beats to the streets! (Link in bio) https://youtu.be/wo0osp Gvx Xc #munnamichael @nidhhiagerwal @sabbir24x7 @vikirajani @eros_now @filmsnextgen A post shared by Tiger Shroff (@tigerjackieshroff) on Nidhhi adds that apart from Tiger, and others involved in the film, she doesn’t know anyone else in Mumbai.
However, Nidhhi refutes all these reports as baseless rumours. “I literally don’t know a single person, [besides] those who were on the sets [of Munna Michael]. How could we know what will be socially acceptable in a few generations?