Munna Michael song 'Swag' sees Tiger Shroff teaching Nawazuddin Siddiqui how to dance
'Swag', the latest song from action-dance movie Munna Michael sees Tiger Shroff teaching Nawazuddin Siddiqui how to dance
'Swag', the new song from Munna Michael starring Tiger Shroff and Nawazuddin Siddiqui has been released and it brings to the audiences an impassioned Tiger Shroff as he teaches Siddiqui some dance moves.
The song's music video sees Shroff dressed in a collection of casual dance gear while Siddiqui channels the quintessential road side 'lafanga', albeit a slightly classier and better dressed version. Siddiqui seems to be the man of the hour with his power packed performances hitting Bollywood screens one after the other. In this song too, he is the entertainment quotient.
It seems that Siddiqui cannot take a single step wrong, as even in 'Swag', it is during his dance sequence that one finds themselves chuckling involuntarily. Playing every character with conviction and a certain kind of depth, Siddiqui's eccentric role portrayal of everything that is thrown his way is what sets him apart.
'Swag' also sees Shroff display his exemplary dancing skills on screen, as he takes on the role of Siddiqui's sensei in the field of Dance. The two seem to share a comfortable rapport in the song, however Siddiqui comes across as the real star, even though the art (of dance) in question is Shroff's forte.
Munna Michael also stars debutante Nidhhi Agerwal alongside Shroff and Siddiqui. The movie is being produced by Vikki Rajani and helmed by Sabbir Khan, who has directed Shroff earlier in Heropanti (2014) and Baaghi (2016). Munna Michael is touted to be the country's first "action-dance movie"
'Main Hoon', another song from Munna Michael was previously released. You can read our review of the song here.
The film is slated for a 21 July release.
Watch the video of Swag from Munna Michael here
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