Tiger Shroff, debutante actress, Nidhhi Agerwal and Nawazzudin Siddiqui are going all out in promoting their upcoming movie, Munna Michael that is slated to release on July 21. They are seen making special appearances in several reality TV shows, and doing city tours for their upcoming dance-action film. Touted to be a first of its kind film, the movie will have Tiger croon like the famous pop singer, Michael Jackson, and will also see Nawazuddin in a never-seen-before avatar–as a dancer, giving serious competition to Tiger.
Well, today the actors were seen attending yet another promotional event at the Filmistan Studio in Goregaon. Tiger looked cool as ever in a black shirt with a pair of dark blue jeans. Whereas Nidhhi donned a stylish look wearing a white body-con dress at first and later a gold and cream co-ord ensemble. The actress rocked both the outfits in equal amount of oomph and style. Nawazuddin too was first seen donning a denim on denim look, which he later changed to sport a smart casual outfit–a violet shirt over blue denims, teamed with a smart white half sleeved blazer. (ALSO READ: REVEALED! Here’s How Tiger Shroff And Disha Patani Preparing For Baaghi 2’s First Song)
Tiger looking cool as ever in a black shirt with a pair of blue jeans
Nidhhi donned a stylish look wearing a gorgeous white body con long dress. She paired the look with multi-coloured gladiator heels.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui looking smart donning a denim on denim look
Nidhhi upping the style quotient in a gold and cream co-ord ensemble.
Munna Michael star cast seen posing in their stylish avatar
Meanwhile, this is going to be the third time that Tiger is being directed by Sabbir Khan. His earlier two movies, Heropanti (2014) and Baaghi (2016) were also directed by the ace director. Post this movie, the actor is slated to start shooting for his movie Baaghi 2, a sequel to his action film Baaghi. the actor Will also star as a lead role in the sequel to Karan Johar’s Student of the Year (2012). Additionally, he will be reportedly starring as a lead role in the Indian remake of Sylvester Stallone’s Romeo, the first look of which was released at the Cannes Film Festival this year.