A dance group faces challenges and betrayal after competing against reigning champions in an underground dance competition.


(as Zaigham Ali Sayed)


(story) (as Romeo D'Costa), (screenplay) (as Rahil Qaazi) | 3 more credits »


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Credited cast:
Bhavna Pani ...
Jheel (as Bhavana Pani)
Siddhant Karnick ...
Vicky (as Siddhant Karnik)
Sabina Sheema ...
Prakash Sudarshan
Himanshu Gadani
Jai Kumar Nair ...
(as Jay Kumar Nair)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Reena Anurag
Neil Bhatt
Romeo D'Costa
Vernon Ethiado


Unemployed Rishi, Sunny and four other friends hang-out at a number of malls, and are often asked by security to leave. They decide to compete but are refused until Palaash, who organizes underground dance competitions, gives them a break. The group is pitted against a champion group led by Vicky and quite surprisingly wins, but Vicky wants a re-match with a bet of Rs.10 Lakhs. Rishi arranges a loan from a gangster/money-lender, Jhangla, and enters the competition - a decision he will regret as he will not only only face defeat and betrayal - but Jhangla's goons will fracture his right leg - leaving him no alternative but to quit the group and dancing altogether. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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25 September 2009 (India)  »

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You Got Served meets Step Up
2 July 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A bunch of mostly unknown Bollywood actors come together to remake two Hollywood hit movies (U Got Served and Step-Up) and for a change it was okay except for all the copied dance moves and copied songs (yes, they even remade The Pussycat Dolls & Timbaland's 'Wait a Minute'). It's not Kunal Khemu 'Superstar' good but it's a manageable melodrama in which the guys are a little bit too emotional and the girls a little bit too wooden. You will find yourself hitting the FAST FORWARD(no pun intended) button a bunch of times unless you're sucker for crappy scenes. The plot (for lack of a better word) follows two-down-on-their-luck best friends Rishi and Sunny(Akshay Kapoor) who roam the streets of Mumbai(India) dancing their days away since they don't have regular jobs. One day, they perform at a local shopping mall and catch the eye of an underground dance promoter who invites them to come and dance as his club. The boys accept but run into trouble when they reach the club and win the night's competition which does not sit with with the current reigning champs. A bitter rivalry between the two gangs ensues in which dangerous bets are made, lives are threatened and hearts are broken all in the quest to be the dance champions. All hell breaks loose when Rishi (who harbors a dark family secret) finds out that his best-friend Sunny has fallen in love with his baby sister Jeel (played by Tere Saang's Sheena Shahabadi) and has awoken the passion of forbidden dance within her as well. I give it 5/10 stars.

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