Munna Michael's new song has so much swag that Nawazuddin Siddiqui is dancing better than Tiger Shroff

Nawazuddin Siddiqui plays a gangster aspiring to dance in his upcoming film Munna Michael. He shares the screen space with Tiger Shroff

Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Tiger Shroff share the screen space in their upcoming film Munna Michael that releases on July 21. The latest song Swag is out and we cannot get over the former’s dance moves. And he has a lot to thank Tiger Shroff, who plays Munna in the film.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui plays a gangster in the Sabbir Khan directorial who wishes to dance. The song Swag is composed by Pranaay Rijia has been sung by the composer and Brijesh Shandilya. In the 2 minutes long video, we can see Mahinder Fauji (Siddiqui) trying to showcase his dancing skills before Munna agrees to teach him how to tap feet. What follows is the gangster’s long struggle to polish his skills and his dedication is worthy of an applause. The chemistry between both the actors is really impressive and they are perfectly complimenting each other.

Munna Michael is the third collaboration between Tiger Shroff and Sabbir Khan after Heropanti and Baaghi, both commercially successful films. It also marks the Bollywood debut of Nidhhi Agerwal. The trailer of the film had created a lot of buzz with many applauding Siddiqui for his impressive avatar in the video.

Also read: Munna Michael’s Ding Dang song: Nothing extraordinary, Tiger Shroff grooves and Nidhhi Agerwal tries to groove [Watch Video]

Tiger Shroff will be seen in the sequel to his 2016 film Baaghi and also play Rambo in the Indian version of the Hollywood classic. Meanwhile, Siddiqui will be seen in Sridevi starrer Mom, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz and Manto. Meanwhile, watch the trailer of Munna Michael here.

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