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ABCD: Anybody Can Dance – Tap to know details about this dance film

by Ratan Srivastava
ABCD: Anybody Can Dance

ABCD: Anybody Can Dance is indeed a dance movie directed as well as choreographed by Remo D’Souza and produced by Ronnie Screwvala and Siddharth Roy Kapur underneath the banner of UTV Spotboy Motion Pictures. Prabhu Deva, Ganesh Acharya, and Kay Kay Menon play the lead roles in the film. The participants of Dance India Dance appear in supporting roles. This movie, which was created on a budget ranging between Rs 120 million to 420 million and received mainly good reviews among reviewers, was released globally in 3D on February 8, 2013, alongside the Tamil as well as Telugu dubbed versions named Aadalam Boys Chinnatha Dance as well as ABCD, correspondingly.

It marks the first movie under the ABCD (series of films) franchise. A sequel, Disney’s ABCD 2, based on the real-life storey of Suresh Mukund and Vernon Monteiro of the ‘Fictitious Dance Crew’ that became Kings United India, was released on 19 June 2015.

Throughout India, the movie was released in 750 theatres, including 400 3D screens as well as 350 2D screens. The film’s budget (cost of production) is estimated to be between Rs 120–420 million.

Lisa Tsering complimented the movie on The Hollywood Reporter because “exuberant, cheerful and bursting with the song”.

ABCD Any Body Can Dance is a must-see not only for dance fans, both for people who enjoy a good film, according to Prasanna D Zore of Bollywood Hungama’s Taran Adarsh gave ABCD a three-star rating, saying, “The diversity of dances that Remo performs for the audience is ABCD’s greatest strength. ABCD’s essence is made up of some fantastic, eye-popping dances. Whereas the template may seem traditional – the triumph of both the underdog – the movie has its fair of scenes that stick with you, especially the later sections of the movie. Decent watch!” India’s Shivesh Kumar. Weekly rated the movie 3 out of 5 stars.

Sachin-Jigar, a composer-duo, composed the movie’s soundtrack. Except for Man Basiyo Saanwariyo, which featured lyrics by Priya Panchal, all of the songs were written by Mayur Puri.

Despite the fact that perhaps the music “Sun Saathiya” was included in this film, this was later repeated inside the sequel (ABCD 2) and has become an official part of such an album.

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