ABCD Aadalam Boys Chinnatha Dance Reviewby MyMazaa.com
Aadalam Boys Chinnadha Dance, the dubbed version of Bollywood flick Anybody Can Dance, is a new try in Indian cinema. This is the desi version of Step Up series, ABCD is not just about dance, but also about living your dream with passion. Directed by choreographer Remo D'Souza, the film stars renowned choreographers Prabhu Deva, Ganesh Acharya, Kay Kay Menon in key roles, along with Terence Lewis and 'Dance India Dance' participants.
The film sees Kay Kay play the character of Jehangir, who owns a dance academy, were Prabhu (Vishnu) works. The actor gets questioned for his unwise mode of training students, who are getting set for a big competition. Frustrated about his ways of teaching being doubted, Vishnu quits and meets a group of street dancers who are practicing for the Ganapati Celebration. Liked by the students, Prabhu decides to stay back and help them win the big competition. The story flows shows how the team puts in their hard work and the problems they deal while they step up for the big day.
This 3D dance flick is a great try for India cinema, portraying dance moves that have never been seen before. One might enjoy the dances moves of Prabhu but might not be too convinced with his acting.. The other actors excel in dance, no doubt, but acting wise they have to go a long way. Dance India Dance's Salman Yusuf Khan who is a part of this film got a role as he was promised by Remo, during the dance show. While Remo kept up his promise, Salman didn't let him down and with his hard work definitely stood out. Ganesh master has shown the best moves.
Hollywood reality show 'Anybody can dance' winner Lauren Gottlieb is a package of talent and has faired well. Music being a prime part of the film is pretty convincingly done by the composer-duo Sachin-Jigar.