• Shalini Langer
    Shalini Langer
    Indian Express


    This Tiger Shroff, Nidhhi Agerwal, Nawazuddin Siddiqui-starrer is a whole dance-action genre has nothing great about it. Tiger Shroff as Munna Michael dance, Munna fights, Munna dance and fight together, this is what he is doing in the film.

  • Rohit Vats
    Rohit Vats
    Hindustan Times


    This forgettable 138-minute film can be better described as this one-liner somebody whispered in the dark right before the end credits: Ye sab alag hi zone me hain (They’re in a different zone).

  • Rohit Bhatnagar
    Rohit Bhatnagar
    Deccan Chronicle


    Tiger Shroff’s fans might like the film but it doesn’t fly and sinks without a trace.

  • Munna Michael’s hollowness is as striking as Tiger’s chiselled torso, one that he freely bares in everything from an unzipped hoodie to a doily masquerading as a shirt…

  • Meena Iyer
    Meena Iyer
    Times Of India


    Well, if you’re in the mood to get rid of the monsoon blues with the foot-tapping ding dang, ding dang ditty, you should get introduced to Munna Michael; he’s not making breaking any new ground, but his moves are certainly infectious.

  • Shroff is the perfect old-school hero, with screen presence and action skills to match. Now if only someone would give him a good script to play with.

  • Suhani Singh
    Suhani Singh
    India Today


    Tiger Shroff’s moves are all that’s worth watching in this dance-action film…

  • 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.

  • What this movie lacks is self-belief and great music. If the whole point of the film was to make it a tribute to Michael Jackson then MJ’s original tunes should have been used.

  • Vishal Verma
    Vishal Verma


    ”Munna Michael is not cinema, it’s a circus where we see a chiseled Tiger dancing like a dream”. Beat it’ or ‘Enjoy Yourselves’.

  • Mohar Basu
    Mohar Basu


    The best way to relish this film is by arranging your expectations of it. Let’s get real – there is no novelty to what plays out. There is some fun to be had if you have interest in either action or dance, or both. Siddiqui’s comic relief is a cherry on the top. But the real treat here is Shroff, who has mastered the genres of dance and action in this industry. His fans are going to have one helluva time at this freak show. Others, avoid!

  • Director Sabbir Khan and writer Vimi Datta have designed a film that is serviced by Shroff’s two skills – dancing and action. In spite of being predictable story with slack storytelling, Khan once again (Heropanti, Baaghi) showcases just what is needed to keep Shroff’s fans satisfied.

    Put in enough of these two elements and who cares about logic, story, acting or originality.

  • Komal Nahta
    Komal Nahta
    Komal Nahta's Blog


    Munna Michael has entertainment for the single-screen cinema audiences but not much for the multiplex audiences. As such, it will not be able to reach the safety mark without the full support of multiplex viewers.

  • Manisha Lakhe
    Manisha Lakhe


    Munna Michael is all fun and dance but falls into the predictable zone. Tiger Shroff is getting better with every film, but he does not need a dramatic pause in that one signature dialogue he gets to say in every movie.

  • IndiaGlitz
    India Glitz


    ‘Munna Michael’ is a weakest imitation of the legendary Michael Jackson version of entertainment.

  • Sreeju Sudhakaran
    Sreeju Sudhakaran
    Bollywood Life


    …if all you want to see Tiger Shroff dancing a lot and Nawaz being, well, Nawaz, then Munna Michael may be fleetingly entertaining for you. Otherwise, it is just a boring, confused masala flick masquerading as a half-hearted tribute to the late Michael Jackson.

  • The songs are good and the dance sequences are shot well and it is a sure treat to watch Tiger match the beats. But these are also available on YouTube (for free) so doesn’t really warrant getting your bum on the theatre seat!

  • Dear Nawaz, you don’t need to prove you are a great actor. You just need to choose wise buddy.
    After this ordeal, I want to bleach my eyes, my system with some good movies.

  • It is a Tiger Shroff film all the way, and he is likely to win many more fans with this effort. And though Vimmi Datta’s script disappoints in its general triteness and we feel this is Sabbir Khan’s weakest film from among his three films with Shroff, the fare is single-screen fodder and should do well there.