Munna Michael
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Munna Michael Music Review

By Tulsi, Bollywood.com News Network

Starring Tiger Shroff, Nidhi Agerwal and Nawazuddin Siddiqui Munna Michael is an action dance film (I don’t even know what that means) directed by Sabbir Khan. 
 
The plot of the film revolves around Munna (Tiger) who is a dancer and a big fan of Michael Jackson and Mahinder Fauji (Nawazuddin), a gangster who wishes to learn how to dance. Naturally the music album revolves around stage performances primarily. How is it? Let’s find out.  
 
1. Main Hoon
 
The album starts of with a bang. Sung by Siddharth Mahadevan, this song is is upbeat and pumped up – a great way to start off the album – but slowly loses charm towards the middle with some unnecessary rapping and drab beats. 
 
2. Ding Dang
 
The second track is a pile of absolute rubbish. From the lyrics to the video, and even the singers Amit Mishra and Antara Mitra, everything is unbearable. 
 
3. Pyar Ho
 
The next song is a love song that is boring to death. In the voices of Vishal Mishra and Sunidhi Chauhan, this number is a typical romance video shot in a barren location (which isn’t even beautiful), and Tiger and Nidhi have no chemistry whatsoever. 
 
The Redux version by Sunidhi Chauhan is a breakup version, and though Sunidhi’s voice is mesmerizing, the track is still very, very boring. 
 
4. Swag
 
Nawazuddin Siddiqui steals the show here, naturally. The song is about Tiger teaching Nawazuddin how to dance. But Nawaz is absolutely more charming and impressive than Tiger. The singers are Pranaay and Brijesh Shandaliya. 
 
5. Beparwah
 
A terrible song that meant to be a dance performance in a competition. Sung by Siddharth Basrur and Nandini Deb, this track lacks energy, passion, lyrics and even good voices. 
 
6. Shake Karaan
 
Now this one’s got some real good beats, and singers! Kanika Kapoor does her magic again, and Meet Bros aren’t too bad either. The track makes you want to dance for sure.  Surely the best track of the album. 
 
7. Feel The Rhythm
 
A boring number by Pranaay and Rahul Pandey. It sounds oddly familiar, and is quite drab. Honestly, couldn’t get through the entire song. 
 
8. Beat It Bijuriya 
 
An interesting number closes the album. Sung by Asees Kaur and Renesha Baadchi, this one is quite different. The beats do justice. 
 
Well, I am sick and tired of seeing Tiger’s over-exposed abs and Nidhi’s lack of acting skills. The songs are ridiculously boring, and there’s nothing memorable about this album. Move on.