Mad about Dance Movie review : Saahil’s amateurish attempt on ABCD
‘M.A.D.’ gives an apprehension of an assignment done by an amateur who takes a propitious caption but meets with disasters at each move.
It’s a story of Aarav (Saahil Prem) who goes to a small city Sheffield in UK to do his MBA but his soul wants to enroll for dance from his superstar Caesar (Mark Monero). As Aarav is not able to make a hit in front of Caesar with his dancing skills, this gives an upsurge for an intrinsic contest between the two. Aarav with his friends prepares his own talent troupe and plans to par take across Ceasar.
The plot is similar to ‘A.B.C.D.’ but portrayed in ultra slow steps, to test a higher level of patience. The middle part of the film seems like the scorching Indian summers with no sign of rains until the last 30 minutes which comes as it is said in the powerful lines of‘O Captain my Captain’—
‘……even this will pass away…….’
Saahil Prem is a far good combo of dress & dance but also dumb in drama. Amrit at the same time hams. Sara is just fantabulous in dance numbers and once his entry is ON, you will not be able to keep your eyes OFF.
In totality the film lacks both in energy and enthusiasm which are essential for a dance movie like this one. And is therefore not able to draw the viewers to watch a waste.