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ABCD – Any Body Can Dance (2013) Movie Wiki
|Producer:||Ronnie Screwvala, Siddharth Roy Kapur|
|Banner:||UTV Spot Boy|
|Cast:||Ganesh Acharya, Prabhudeva, Salmaan Khan, Dharmesh Yelande, Lauren Gottlieb, Mayuresh Wadkar, Prince Gupta, Vrushali Chawan|
|Release Date:||February 8, 2013|
|Story & Screenplay:||Remo DSouza|
About ABCD – Any Body Can Dance Movie
ABCD – Any Body Can Dance is a 2013 Bollywood dance movie directed by choreographer Remo D’Souza (who directed F.A.L.T.U). The movie revolves around a dance reality show and many of the leading Bollywood choreographers have acted in the movie. Choreographer-actor-director Prabhu Deva plays the central character in the movie. ABCD – Any Body Can Dance is on the line of Hollywood dance movie Step Up. Also, it’s the first Indian dance movie to be made in 3D.
ABCD – Any Body Can Dance Movie Synopsis/Story/Plot
For Vishnu (Prabhudheva), widely regarded as India’s best dancer, dance is more than a passion – it’s the reason he lives! So when he finds himself thrown out from the swish dance academy he himself set up, by his manipulative business partner, it feels like the oxygen has been sucked out from the air he breathes. Heart-broken, Vishnu decides to give up dance and leave Mumbai forever. However the night before his departure he witnesses a most amazing sight – a group of dancers preparing for the upcoming Ganpati Dance Battle – an annual festival that pits Mumbai’s best dance groups against each other. Watching the raw talent of these amazing dancers helps Vishnu arrive at a decision – he will take this disparate group under his wing, help them overcome their personal rivalries and past demons and turn them into India’s best dance squad!
From India’s biggest film studio, UTV Motion Pictures, and renowned choreographer & director, Remo D’souza comes India’s first dance film in 3D – a spectacular entertainer that proves yet again that if you dare to dream, impossible is nothing!
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ABCD – Any Body Can Dance Movie Songs
|Shambhu Sutaya||Shankar Mahadevan, Vishal Dadlani||Shambhu Sutaya Lyrics|
|Bezubaan||Mohit Chauhan, Priya Panchal||Bezubaan Lyrics|
|Psycho Re||Mika Singh, Udit Narayan||Psycho Re Lyrics|
|Man Basiyo Saanwariyo||Anushka Manchanda||Man Basiyo Saanwariyo Lyrics|
|Chandu ki Girlfriend||Raman Mahadevan, Jigar Saraiya & others||Chandu ki Girlfriend Lyrics|
|Duhaai||Madhav Krishna||Duhaai Lyrics|
|Sorry Sorry||Jigar Saraiya||Sorry Sorry Lyrics|
|Kar Ja Re ya Mar Ja Re||Suraj Jagan||Kar Ja Re ya Mar Ja Re Lyrics|
|Sadda Dil Vi Tu (Ga Ga Ga Ganpati)||Hard Kaur||Sadda Dil Vi Tu (Ga Ga Ga Ganpati) Lyrics|
ABCD – Any Body Can Dance Movie Critics Reviews
|Yet, if none of it is particularly memorable, blame it equally on the disappointing soundtrack by Sachin-Jigar that doesn’t offer one unforgettable track. The ensemble cast of dancers has an infectious enthusiasm when it comes to their moves, but they’re woefully inept in the acting department. It doesn’t help that director Remo D’Souza demands full-on melodrama from his amateur actors in the film’s final act, and stays too long on their awkward close-ups in the emotional bits.
At 2 hours and 20 minutes, ‘ABCD’ is too long. There’s some genuinely original choreography up there, but it’s lost in a plodding film with characters you couldn’t care about. I’m going with a generous two out of five for ‘ABCD’. Even if it’s true what this film claims – that anybody can dance, it also provides evidence that the same is not true of acting!… Read Full Review Here
|Kay Kay plays the gelled-hair, arrogant dude to the hilt. His co-star Prabhu Deva has the most mobile pelvis, but is no actor. So isn’t well-known choreographer Ganesh Acharya, who has been given a sizeable speaking part alongside Prabhu Deva. This casts a pall of drabness over ‘ABCD’.
The dancing (and the dancers) should have made up for all of this. That’s what dance movies are for. But the dancing is not spectacular. The dancers mostly look as if they’ve wandered off the many TV shows that revolve around similar themes. A few are given back stories but they are not interesting enough. Neither is the choreography. A couple of numbers are competent, but there’s nothing heart-stopping or jaw-dropping. I saw the 3D version, which does amp up the film a bit, but it also darkens it because of those silly glasses.
This film had the potential, but it needed both sharper direction and dancing, to maximize it… Read Full Review Here