ETimes has learnt that the star, who was formerly managed by Collective Artists Network, will now be exclusively managed by Karan Johar and Bunty Sajdeh’s DCA. It has been reported that the actor parted ways with the talent management firm on amicable terms.
Tiger began his Bollywood career 8 years ago, under the Collective Artists Network (previously KWAN). The actor’s decision to move on to KJo’s talent management company comes after his successful collaborations with the director.
On the work front, Tiger will be seen on the big screen in ‘Ganapath: Part One’ where he will reunite with his ‘Heropanti’ co-star Kriti Sanon. The actor also has ‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’ with Akshay Kumar in the works.
Early this month, Bollywood star Ranveer Singh made headlines after he quit YRF Talent after almost 12 years together. The actor joined Collective Artists Network that is headed by Vijay Subramaniam. When ETimes asked if Singh has got some major projects via Collective, sources told us, “Abhi do chaar din hi huye hain, jaadu toh nahi hai.” Parineeti Chopra too parted ways with YRF Talent in October where sources revealed the actress wanted to explore other avenues.