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Munna Michael Movie Review: Tiger Shroff Take A Bow!!

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[Updated:21 July 2017 14:21]
Munna Michael Movie Review: Tiger Shroff Take A Bow!!

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    After Heropanti and Baaghi, director Saabir Khan has roped in actor Tiger Shroff once again for Munna Michael. Munna is a man from the streets of Teen Batti, who idolises Michael Jackson from a young age and has been brought by an ageing chorus dancer Michael (Ronit Roy).
 
     To realise his dream of grooving like the King of Pop, he even agrees to tutor Mahindar Fauji (Nawazuddin Siddiqui). All is well, up until Deepika (Niddhi Agerwal) walks in their lives. Both Munna and Mahindar fall for Deepika and soon their bromance turns ugly. What follows is what makes up for the rest of the film.
 

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   With Tiger around, I went in to see some great action, mind bowling dancing and a lot of bare body, well, that’s exactly what one saw. With Munna Michael what you see is what you get. There is nothing new or novel about the plot of the script, but at the end of its entertaining.  
 

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    The film follows of regular pattern of a routine story with neatly choreographed songs and fights at regular intervals. For director Sabbir Khan, this is his third outing with Tiger Shroff and as expected, he continues to provide a similar pattern of film making like his previous two films. However, the only addition in this third one is a brilliant Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who is desperately trying to look cool and happening.
 
   Munna Michael relies on two things, firstly on Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s histrionics and secondly on Tiger Shroff’s terrific dancing skills.
 
Don’t miss Munna Michael of you are Tiger Shroff fan as I am sure you will have a field day as he dances like a dream and breaks bones with a lot of aplomb.
 
Ratings: Two

By: Salil Sand ( Bollywood Critic)