New Delhi: Choreographer-turned-director Remo D'Souza swears by dancing and the director's second venture 'Anybody Can Dance' revolves around his first love- dance. After making a college drama with newcomer Jackky Bhagnani, Remo is yet again donning the hat of the director but this time with another choreographer and director Prabhudeva.
Prabhudeva, who was last seen showing his acting prowess in 1996 Bollywood film 'Sapne' will return to the actor's shoes with India's first 3D dance film 'Anybody Can Dance'. The film revolves around a dancer Vishnu, played by Prabhudeva, who decides to take a squad of raw dancers under his wings to turn them into the India's best dance squad.
Apart from toying with the idea of making choreographers like Prabhudeva and Ganesh Acharya be a part of the film, Remo D'Souza has also cast the participants of dance reality show 'Dance India Dance' in his first 3D film. Salman Yusuff Khan, Dharmesh, Vrushali, Mayuresh and Prince are some of the dancers who will be seen making their Bollywood debut with 'AnyBody Can Dance'.
The film revolves around a dancer Vishnu (Prabhudeva), who decides to take a squad of raw dancers under his wings.
Will Remo D'Souza be able to live up to the expectations of the audiences? Charu Thakur of IBNLive is inside the theatre to find it out.
2:00 PM: Stay tuned for the live tweet review of #ABCD.
2:03 PM: Directed by Remo D'Souza, #ABCD is India's first 3D dance film.
2:07 PM: #ABCD stars Prabhudeva, Ganesh Acharya and Kay Kay Menon.
2:12 PM: #ABCD also stars the participants of dance reality show 'Dance India Dance'.
2:15 PM: Will Remo D'Souza be able to justify the 3D format in a dance film?
2: 20 PM: From contemporary to hip hop, #ABCD begins on a high note.
2: 30 PM: Prabhudeva looks awkward in acting shoes. He's a little disappointing in #ABCD.
2:40 PM: Aa re pritam pyaare..Remo D'Souza gives his own twist to the song in #ABCD.
2.45 PM: 30 minutes in the film and you still fail to understand as to why #ABCD was shot in 3D format.
3.00 PM: Ganesh Acharya adds colour to #ABCD with his dose of humour.
3.10 PM: A face-off between two dance groups. #ABCD takes inspiration from 'Step Up' series.
3.20 PM: Shout it out for India's Michael Jackson, Prabhudeva. #ABCD
3.23 PM: Prabhudeva's dance moves are a treat to the eyes. #ABCD
3:30 PM: Kay Kay Menon fits the bill of being a shrewd dance teacher in #ABCD.
3.45 PM: The tempo of #ABCD seems to be losing the pace.
3:55 PM: Dharmesh and Salman Yusuff Khan not just show some good dance moves, but the two prove their acting talent too in #ABCD.
4:05 PM: Inhone hamara act chura lia. #ABCD rides high on the obvious.
4:12 PM: AnyBody Can Dance shaadi mein!! #ABCD Really??
4: 20 PM: The underdogs win. #ABCD ends on the cliche.
4:25 PM: Watch #ABCD only if you are a fan of Prabhudeva's dance moves and not his acting.
4:28 PM: #ABCD is avoidable unless you are a fan of 'Dance India Dance' and Prabhudeva's dance moves.
4.30 PM: Even after sitting through the film for two and a half hours, you still wonder why #ABCD was shot in 3D.
4.35 PM: Thank you for staying with us through the tweet review of #ABCD.
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