Aadalaam Boys Chinnatha Dance or ABCD in short is one of the latest movies to hit the screens in Tamil cinema this weekend. The movie is nothing but a dubbed version of the Hindi movie Any Body Can Dance directed by Remo D’ Souza, who is one of the most acclaimed choreographers in the country. Aadalaam Boys Chinnatha Dance stars actor – director Parch Diva in the lead role and the producers of the movie UTV is marketing the movie very well as the India’s first 3D Dance entertainer, which has developed an interest for the movie among the movie goers in Tamil Nadu.
Aadalaam Boys Chinnatha Dance has a usual plot where an underdog rises to great places. The movie’s plot seems to take inspiration from widely acclaimed Hollywood dance flicks such as Step Up and so on. Vishnu (Prabhu Deva) is a very talented dancer but is yet to face the limelight. He starts a dance training company along with his friend Jehangir (Kay Kay Menon), but is thrown out of his own company after a point of time. He again starts a new company with his buddy Gopi (Ganesh Aacharya) and against all odds will he win the famous dance show on Television beating Jehangir’s boys?
The theme of the movie is dance and Aadalaam Boys Chinnatha Dance is really a two hour dance festival enhanced in 3D view. The music in the movie is upbeat to support the dance all throughout the flick and the dancers really shine on screen with their brilliant and amazing steps and moves.
The director of the movie, Remo D’ Souza, however, has no good plot to offer. The story is built around the dance and the plot appears too weak at times. The screenplay is highly predictable but still the dance element keeps the audiences patient enough. Prabhu Deva is another factor that compensates weak plot of the movie.
Overall, Aadalaam Boys Chinnatha Dance is a 3D dance festival, but do not go looking for a good story or screenplay!