Director: Sabbir Khan
Music composed by: Tanishk Bagchi, Meet Bros
Producers: Viki Rajani, Sunil Lulla
Production companies: Eros International, Next Gen Films
In Sabbir Khan’s “Munna Michael”, Tiger Shroff is an all-vanquishing Michael Jackson fan who moves similarly as smoothly as he battles. With the mark dark felt cap and a handkerchief on his wrist. Munna waltzes his way through clubs and move scenes in Mumbai however neglects to discover notoriety or cash.
When he moves to Delhi, he meets Mahendar (Nawazuddin Siddiqui). A criminal with pots of cash however with two remaining feet. The lady Mahendar is enamored with is an artist. So he contracts Munna as his instructor so he can take in the moves to inspire her.
Be that as it may, things get entangled when Dolly (Niddhi Agerwal) succumbs to Munna, Who is torn between his kinship with Mahendar and his affection for the young lady.
The story is direct and only a gadget for Shroff to show his washboard abs and sufficient moving aptitudes.
Siddiqui’s turn as a criminal with an endearing personality and his scenes with Shroff are the most interesting parts of the film. And the battle scenes are very much choreographed. Be that as it may. What stands out like a sore thumb is debutant Niddhi Agerwal’s execution. For a character who should be an expert artist and the adoration enthusiasm of both driving men, she doesn’t move any certainty. Or, on the other hand possibly this is on the grounds that she is matched inverse Shroff. Who moves as if his body is made of springs. His aptitudes emphasizd by a lot of moderate movement scenes.
Shroff is the ideal outdated legend, with screen nearness and activity abilities to coordinate. Presently if just somebody would give him a decent script to play with.