ABCD Movie Review. Remo D’Souza’s Any Body Can Dance will make you move even if you don’t relate to rhythm. Its has only two things at the offering one is dance and other is entertainment.
The movie does not go literally with ABCDs of dance nor would it engross on a strong gripping story line. ABCD plays with emotional tempo throughout. There is not much to discuss on the story front. A simple setup where Vishnu (Prabhu Deva) and Jehangir (Kay Kay Menon) are seen representing talent and business. Vishnu realizes he cannot trade talent for business and quits Jehangir’s academy. Vishnu is seen mentoring a group of street dancers for a big competition. Everything apart from dance just seems a white pain as nothing matters anymore.
But the film is about dance only and it doesn’t shortfall there. With the kind of TRP’s various dance shows are getting on small screen, it was time for India to have its first dance film. ABCD has most of the ingredients that you expect from a good dance movie. It is full of energy, enthusiasm, impeccable dance moves.
Its a brave decision by filmmakers to release the movie in 3D as it pays off. If you would have ever though of watching dance shows on Indian television in 3D and can’t afford 3D televisions at you places then it is a good opportunity for you to grab.
Pros: Very good choreography and dance moves, high emotional quotient,high energy quotient, fresh and positive script.
Cons: Some largely decorative acting difficult to digest, disappointing soundtrack by Sachin-Jigar that doesn’t have one unforgettable number.
Verdict: Watch it for an adrenalin kick and rush of energy. You leave on a good note and that makes the movie worth watching . It’s worth a watch if you enjoy some cool, dazzling dance and doesn’t care about acting in between.
Blogtobollywood would rate ABCD on 3 out of 5 for obvious scope of improvement.