Nawazuddin Siddiqui says that though dance has never been his forte, he used to dance at weddings to collect money in his childhood.
"As a kid, I would often dance at weddings with my friends. People would throw money at baraatis. My friends and I would attend all the weddings in our area and collect money.
At the end of the day, we would manage to collect Rs 2-3, and that was quite a lot for us that time," the actor said. Siddiqui will display his dancing skills in the upcoming film, Munna Michael, and says doing something difficult is "fun".
"I don't know how to dance, and usually stay away from it. When my director, Sabbir Khan, told me about this role, I told him I can't do it. But he convinced me to take it up and made sure I follow his vision." In the dance-action film, Tiger Shroff will pay tribute to pop sensation Michael Jackson.
Talking about the pop singer, Siddiqui says, "I have never seen a pop star who has been so popular in our times. I would get mesmerised seeing him dance. Unfortunately, I haven't learnt the moon walk yet, but wish to learn it."