The first reason is, I can say it's cast. So we have Tiger Shroff. Then we have the amazing Nawazuddin Siddiqui and we have the debutant Nidhhi Agerwal. The trio are completely on different tangents, and their chemistry is quite entertaining from what we saw in the trailers so far. There's dance. There's action. There's even romance. In short it's a perfect Bollywood potboiler.
So, we've seen Tiger Shroff dancing and we've seen Nawazuddin Siddiqui acting. But what happens when the two have a role reversal and we see Tiger maybe acting and Nawaz dancing? This is exactly what's happening in Munna Michael. Yes, Tiger is making Nawaz match steps with him, or at least Nawaz is trying to do that. And trust me, he looks adorable. It's evident that he has two left feet and just cannot shake a leg. But at least he's trying. So why is Nawaz doing that and what does the story demand from him, makes it our second reason.
Munna Michael is the story about a street dancer and a gangster. While the street dancer aspires to make it big, the gangster wants to learn dancing. Why and how and what brings these two characters face to face and who ends up helping whom, makes the basic plot of this film. While in the trailer we saw Tiger and Nidhhi romancing... Or wait we even saw love in the eyes of Nawaz towards our lady. So is it a love triangle and there is a completely new angle to the story. We need to find out after watching the film.
Tiger's dance definitely. He is the new dancing machine of Bollywood, and why not, if we wish to see his impeccable moves? Also Tiger and director Sabbir Khan are teaming up for a third time after Heropanti and Baaghi. These two have definitely become inseparable. So what more will they offer in their third outing, makes our reason number four.
Tiger had said during the promotions that his major fans are kids, and it's actually Nawaz who has the real fan following and they'll come to watch the film for him. So will Nawaz's midas touch affect even Tiger? Maybe yes... For this we need to see more of their camaraderie onscreen.