CAST: Tiger Shroff, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Nidhhi Agerwal, Ronit Roy
DIRECTION: Sabbir Khan
DURATION: 2 hours 20 minutes
Munna (Tiger) is an orphan brought up by an ageing chorus dancer Michael (Ronit) in a Mumbai chawl. The boy grows up idolising Michael Jackson. To realise his dream of grooving like the King of Pop, he even agrees to tutor a hoodlum, Mahindar Fauji(Nawazuddin). Their bromance turns ugly when both end up falling in love with Deepika aka Dolly (Nidhhi).
Munna Michael Review
The film starts off well but soon loses track. The script is weak and lacks purpose. It is half baked.
The protagonist, Munna does not have a strong purpose. He is just too casual in his approach towards everything. Nawazuddin’s character is interesting, a gangster who tries to impress his love by learning to dance. However, the climax ruins the fun.
Tiger has in the past made films like Heropanti, Baaghi work at the box-office with just his agility and sincerity. So director Sabbir Khan, whose third outing this is with the star-cub, continues providing formula for the intellectually challenged. But Tiger fans will have a field day with his breakdancing.
The trailer looked promising and I had entered the hall with some expectations if not a lot. But the film turned out to be a disappointment.
Even Tiger’s dance and Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s brilliant performance will not be able to save this film.