Mumbai university doesn't have any cut off percentage for 10+2 to get admission in BMM course. However, admission is based on pure merit. But last year closing percentage for BMM was 72% which is on the higher side. So, there is less chance but yet you never know there might be a change in the closing rank this time.
All candidates who have cleared Class 12thin any stream from a recognised board with at least 50% - 60% marks fulfill eligibility criteria for BMM course. It may be noted that the eligibility criteria mentioned above might vary depending on the policy of the college/ university in which a candidate is applying.