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(2640) 3.3 140 min 2017

Munna Michael is a movie starring Tiger Shroff, Nidhhi Agerwal, and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. A young man, tries to follow the footsteps of his idol, The King of Pop, Michael Jackson.

Starring
Sahil Anand, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Tiger Shroff, Nidhhi Agerwal
Genres
Romance, Music, Action, Drama
Director
Sabir Khan

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Romance, Music, Action, Drama
Director Sabir Khan
Writer Vimi Datta
Stars Sahil Anand, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Tiger Shroff, Nidhhi Agerwal
Country India
Also Known As Tanze für dein Leben
Runtime 2H 20M
Description Michael is an aging dancer in films is fired from his job as he looks older in between the young lot of dancers. Michael finds an abandoned baby on streets and names him Munna while Munna is growing up he to loves dancing likes his father and adores Michael Jackson. Munna dances on streets for living and is known as Munna Michael.Munna and his group is suddenly banned from entering night clubs in Mumbai following which he tries his luck in Delhi and comes across a gangster Mahendra Fauji who wants to learn dancing to impress club dancer Dolly he offers her a dancer's job in his hotel, but she suddenly disappears and Mahendra wants her any how. Munna promises Mahendra to find her but is in two minds as Mahendra has considered him as a brother while he has cold feeling towards Dolly.

Top reviews

Saturday, 09 May 2020 05:17

You can make a movie that can be viewed as a contemporary tale of Indian youth today and still retain its integrity and identity as a authentic and authentic piece of Indian film art. And how this movie does in that respect is the biggest let down of the year. To say that it lacks in every other area would be an insult to Indian film artistry. It has great acting, good visuals, fine music, good editing, and I do think that it is a very good work of art. But what it doesn't do is make an overall good effort at blending all these into a coherent story and a coherent story that doesn't become too convoluted. It's just enough for the story to flow and that is not enough. The other thing is that it is actually worse in every other aspect. It is a pure Hindu movie and the portrayal of the Hindu faith is absolutely atrocious. This movie is almost completely devoid of any sense of spirituality. And the Hindu faith has been a very important part of Indian identity since the beginning of Indian history. But this movie does absolutely nothing to advance that story and to make it more interesting. But when you think about it, the whole story is essentially about a couple of Indian youths who decide to take a trip to Mumbai to do some "dirty work" and end up dying in the process. And while the movie goes through all the different paths of grief, it doesn't do anything to explore the significance of the suicide of the two young people in particular. It also spends way too much time on a sex scene that in reality is the only character with any development. And on top of that, it has an unfortunate tendency to also end in a coda that's also unrelated to the main story. This movie is a little bit about two youths and not much about the whole Indian Indian community. The movie is obviously not a mistake, but a failure. The producers and director had the opportunity to make an extremely good movie that would have made the most of its potential but they failed to do so. It's a very bad movie but the audience won't really notice because it is going so smoothly on its way. It is quite an improvement over the Pongam to release later in this year, but still falls short of the original in every department.
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 15:19

Songs and dancing are the lifeblood of a Bengali dance routine, and it is this particular repertoire that forms the backdrop for this low-budget fairy tale. Its story is set in a modern day Bengali village of Plumbai, a predominantly Hindu area, but the role of the Hindu community is reduced to that of a villainous enemy. The main protagonist is an interracial lesbian. Her love interest is a pussified Indian thug. The movie features two local dance halls, in which the local residents participate in an annual competition for local entertainment. In the two rooms, a dancing contest is being held by the local Pakistani Muslim gangster family, who are forcing the local Muslim women to participate in their tournament. Meanwhile, the local Hindu neighbors are trying to get their share of the prize money. There is also a local criminal gang who are involved in blackmail and prostitution. The two families are then confronted in a duel for territory, by one of the families threatening to withhold their share of the prize money. The movie is directed and acted very well, by Abhay Deol (he also created the catchy song 'I am from Bengal', which was later used in the movies 'Pratham' and 'Pradyumna') and Darshan Kumar. Its important to mention that Abhay Deol and Darshan Kumar have made a very good job of adapting the original Bengali folk song "Sujangudha Kannu" into an Indian language movie. It was the only instance where a Bengali song has been translated into an Indian language film. This is because the Bengali song "Sujangudha Kannu" is so unique, and the movie does not give the same impact to the song when it is dubbed in English. It is a movie that is not for all tastes, as some may find the story of a Christian couple, interracial lesbian relationship and the traditional Bengali culture offensive or off-putting. For those who like the traditional Bengali culture, they may find this movie entertaining, but the subtext that this is not a Bengali movie is a bit weak for me. However, if one is into Bengali cinema, the movie should not be missed.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 02:03

My name is Vishal-Harish Kulkarni. I am a regular watch-me-at-school-for-movies-in-the-lunch-box type of guy. Now, this movie didn't turn me into a cinema student. But, the way I reacted to it, it didn't make me angry. I felt a bit apprehensive, but then, after a while, I came to see that this movie was rather enjoyable. The film, perhaps has the worst pacing I have ever seen. It feels like one has to keep on wiggling their eyes in circles to see the background. A lot of background information is left out, not just in the screenplay, but even in the movie itself. Just to give a few examples: The stuff about Jyothika's family, the stuff about the twins. At times, the dialogs felt forced, not to mention the dubbing. The first half, which is supposed to be "deep" and intricate, is poorly delivered by the dialogue writers. A lot of the dialogs are ridiculously clichéd. But when a movie is put on a little, it must have that feeling of completeness and confidence that you cannot believe that they were able to pull it off. But, that is the key. It is so difficult to pull off a movie, which is short and shows the various parts of the movies life without it feeling like a tedious experience. It was a pretty good movie. Just. It is not worth giving a star to. I'm giving it an eight because of the cinematography, the original soundtrack, the screenplay, and the acting. A lot of the characters were either unbelievable or a joke. So, I can't say that it is one of the best films I have seen this year.


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