ABCD: Any Body Can Dance

ABCD Anybody Can Dance is a 2013 Indian 3D dance film directed and choreographed by choreographer Remo DSouza and produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur and Ronnie Screwvala. The film stars Prabhu Deva, Ganesh Acharya and Kay Kay Menon in lead roles. The participants of Dance India Dance appear in supporting roles. Along with the Tamil and Telugu dubbed versions titled Aadalam Boys Chinnatha Dance and ABCD respectively. The film, made at a budget of Rs 120million, was released worldwide on February 8, 2013 to mostly positive reviews from critics. A sequel titled ABCDwas released onJuly 2015.

They are soon joined by Chandu Punit Pathak, a troubled but extraordinarily talented man suffering from a drug addiction, Shaina Noorin Sha, a bar dancer, and Rhea Lauren Gottlieb, a Westerner who was JDCs star dancer until Jehangir tried to sexually assault her during a private instruction. While Rhea immediately becomes the new star of the company, Shaina is harassed because of her profession. Despite teasing from his peers, Chandu demonstrates a great deal of respect for Shaina and defends her in front of the class and the pair quickly fall for one another.Despite repeated pleas for peace in the studio, the two main gangs continue to clash, driving Vishnu to his wits end. However, the students seem to improve and as a reward, he gives them money to buy new speakers, but they nearly lose it all when Rhea takes them to an elite dance club where they challenge the resident champions, a professional dance crew called Fictitious Crew. Vishnu arrives at the last minute and wins back the money, but while his students gain new respect for him, he is furious with them. After some hard apologizing, he forgives them and they return to class with greater discipline and drive, only to suddenly be thrown out on the street after Ds father calls the cops. During all of this Rocky and Rhea start to fall for each other whilst D burns with jealousy. The community complains that their children should not be mixing in such a way and only through an impromptu dance performance are the youth able to convince their families of the importance of their talent. Only Ds orthodox Muslim father refused to accept that his son desires to be a dancer. ........

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