Tiger Shroff’s Munna Michael faced a protest from activist: here is the reason


Lodhi Garden, a famed city park in New Delhi is having a unique image among the laymen as well as in the B-town. The heritage site is used as a shooting spot in many movies including Chak De India and Fanaa. The garden is now going to be picturised on another upcoming movie Munna Michael, starring Tiger Shroff.

Munna Michael

Munna Michael Shooting, Pic Credit: Times of India

As per the set schedule, Munna Michael movie shooting was going on Lodhi Garden but things didn’t get a smooth surface as planned earlier. The team members faced a criticised protest coming from the green activist’s side. As per the activists, the shooting of said movie is violating the guidelines which should be followed up by every movie makers to shoot a particular scene in the garden.

As per the activist Suhas Broker, a complaint has been raised claiming that high voltage wires and lights are used while shooting, which can cause a harm to animals and birds. However, one of the line producers of the movie has clarified that the team members has taken cure so that no damage can be caused by the electricity usage during the shooting of the movie. He also clarified that the wires and cables used for the equipment in the shooting spot are off best quality along with a sound proof feature.

Movie’s shooting in Lodhi Garden has been always an issue as in 2002, the Supreme Court had rejected a PIL filed by an NGO and locally resides of Delhi in which they demand to ban the shooting in Lodhi Garden. Court has made a clarification that shootings are used to promote the tourism.

Munna Michael is an upcoming movie starring Tiger Shroff as the leading face with Nidhi Aggarwal and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. It is directed by Sabbir Khan and is expected to be released in cinemas on 7th of July 2017.

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