Munna Michael Music Review: Tiger Shroff's album is full of upbeat and high-tempo tracks | PINKVILLA

2021-1-1

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Here’s the music review of Tiger Shroff, Nidhhi Agerwal and Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Munna Michael.





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Munna Michael starring Tiger Shroff, Nidhhi Agerwal and Nawazuddin Siddiqui has been in headlines ever since it has been announced. It has been in the news because Tiger is all set to give a tribute to Michael Jackson and dad Jackie Shroff and the songs will have to be upbeat tracks. 
 
Here’s the music review of Tiger Shroff, Nidhhi Agerwal and Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Munna Michael. 
 
Main Hoon 
 
With the tunes of drums, keyboard and electronic guitar, we are pretty sure that this is a foot tapping number and Main Hoon is one such song. Music composer Tanishk Baagchi has created such a track that you would love to sing aloud and dance along. Sung by Siddharth Mahadevan, Main Hoon is a perfect start for the jukebox. If you are a music buff, you would love how in one section, you notice the high tempo with bass. 
 
Ding Dang
 
Sung by Amit Mishra and Antara Mitra, Ding Dang also adds to the dance numbers of the album. The song infuses a typical Mumbai flavour and you would feel like dancing on the streets. ‘Meri shaanti bhang karti hai, Day night yeh call karti hai, Kabhi gaddi mein le jaao, Kabhi shopping karaao, Har roz yeh tang karti hai’ – lyrics by Danish Sabri and Sabbir Khan add to the quirkiness of the song. 
 
Pyar Ho
 
Going by the title of the song, you know that the song will be a quintessential romantic number. Pyar Ho, sung by Vishal Mishra and Sunidhi Chauhan, makes the song even more beautiful and you would love how the two singers manage between the low and high notes. A musical arrangement is just that perfect addition to the song – you have piano, trumpet, acoustic guitar, drums, a dash of tabla and saxophone. If you are in love with someone, you would keep playing the song on loop – a perfect long drive song! 
 
Swag 
 
Yet another foot number – but the best part is that you would not get tired listening to such high-tempo numbers. Sung by Pranaay and Brijesh Shandaliya, Swag is a fun number and while sitting in your office, you would start tapping your feet. Coming to the lyrics part, it’s written by Kumaar and director Sabbir Khan and they are quirky – Chal haath utha aise, aur feet ghuma aise, bas beat pe hilta ja, dil chahe jaise! 
 


 
Beparwah
 
Sab kuch bhula ke, Aakhein mila ke, Meri aankhon ko choome jaa, Oh jhoome ja, o beparwah, O beparwah, jhoome ja…
 
Beparwah means carefree and the song does connote it. It’s an upbeat number and lyrics are such that would boost you if you are feeling low. Sung by Siddharth Basrur and Nandini Deb, the song is a little ‘hatke’ and grows on you as it progresses. And you love how the composer has used the setting of electronic guitar and keyboard in the song. 
 
Shake Karaan
 
Sung by Meet Bros and Kanika Kapoor, Shake Karaan is a punjabi tadka to the album. The tune of the song will remind of Jacqueline Fernandez’s Chittiyaan Kalaiyaan and Sunny Leone‘s Baby Doll. 
 
Feel The Rhythm
 
Feel The Rhythm is a tribute to Michael Jackson because the setting of the 80’s musical instruments. Sung by Pranaay and Rahul Pandey, the song is surely a foot-tapping number, but doesn’t add that zing factor to the album.
 
Beat it Bijuriya 
 
By this song, you will be tired that why upbeat songs are forcefully fit in the album. This is an Indo-western fusion track which uses instruments like Shahnai and Nadaswaram. Sung by Asees Kaur and Renesa Baadchi, Beat it Bijuriya gives you that funky feel. 
 
Pyar Ho (Redux)
 
After listening to upbeat numbers, this song slows down the tempo, but this is a perfect ploy by the composer to place the version here. You would fall in love with Sunidhi Chauhan for giving her voice to the track and the tunes of electronic piano take the song to some other level. 
 
Swag Rebirth
 
Back to square one – the jukebox ends with a remixed version of Swag. 
 
Verdict: In a nutshell, Munna Michael’s album has a lot of upbeat tracks, but as we say an overdose of anything is a little dangerous – the same happened with the album. 

 
We give it 70 out of 100 on the Pinkvilla meter. 
 
 

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