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Actor-director Prabhu Deva, whose film ABCD - AnyBody Can Dance has opened with an outstanding collection, says now he will hike his price as an actor.
"Yes, I think I should now (hike my price). Let me think how much should I demand for my next film. Jokes apart, I am extremely happy that people are loving the film," Prabhu Deva told IANS.
ABCD, a 3D film based on dance, had the budget of around Rs 12 crore. It managed to collect around Rs 5.50 crore on its opening day.
I might be in the sequel. Although, I have not been approached so far. It's too early to talk about the sequel right now. They (filmmakers) would talk about the sequel at least after a month.
On the reaction to his film of people down south, he said: "The film has got good response in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. It has not released in Tamil Nadu yet. It will be releasing there this month itself."
Directed by Remo D'Souza and produced by UTV Motion Pictures ABCD features Prabhu Deva, Ganesh Acharya and Salman Yusuf Khan, among other actors.
Cast:Kay Kay Menon, Prabhu Deva, Salman Yusuf Khan, Lauren Gottlieb, Prince Gupta, Dharmesh Yelande and Mayuresh Wadkar
Director: Remo DSouza
Is ABCD – Anybody Can Dance the Lagaan of dance? Not by a long chalk. Knowledge of the ABCD of choreography – of which there is no dearth at all in this film – certainly doesn't guarantee cinematic excellence and narrative grasp.
India's first-ever 3-D dance film is replete with robust routines that certainly vouch for director Remo D'Souza's undeniable proficiency as a choreographer. The film also has the likes of Prabhu Deva and Ganesh Acharya, besides a host of Dance India Dance participants (Dharmesh Yelande, Salman Yusuff Khan, et al), in the cast. They give it their all.
If only they also had the services of a functioning screenplay and not just been saddled with half-baked plot contrivances to hang their acts on, ABCD might have gone beyond just those first four letters of the alphabet.
There is no denying that the film has its share of infectious energy and that the newcomers in the cast do go about their roles with commendable enthusiasm. It is the sluggish pace of the story-telling that prevents ABCD from rising to any great heights as an entertainer.
It revolves around a television dance show called Dance Dil Se – what else could it have been? The contest has just been won through means fair and fail by a top dance company owned by the flamboyant Jehangir Khan (Kay Kay Menon). The dance master of the troupe, Chennai native Vishnu (Prabhudheva), does not approve of the owner's unsavoury methods. He puts his foot down, so he is thrown out and replaced by an American choreographer.
A slighted Vishnu joins forces with old pal Gopi (Ganesh Acharya). The duo takes a bunch of young slum boys and girls under their wings with the intention of turning them into a team of dance champions. That is what the film is essentially about: in what is projected as an unequal battle, a group of privileged kids who can afford the high fees of Jehangir's academy are pitted against a disadvantaged group of wastrels who have only their talent and Vishnu's tips to fall back upon.
Jehangir believes that "we dance to impress". Vishnu, who feels the rhythms around him, in the leaves on tree branches, in the sea waves and among the flying birds, exhorts his team to "dance to express".
The drama, interspersed with freestyle dance performances that draw moves from varied influences, plays out along predictable lines.
Thrown into the mix are all manner of cliches about puppy love, friendship, bitter rivalries, heartburns, the troubles of an drug addict, parental opposition, tragedies, subterfuge, betrayal and, finally, triumph.
Some of the dance routines, especially the one in which Vishnu's team adopts the guise of circus clowns, are brilliant. A solo performance by Prabhu Deva is, not surprisingly, one of the high points of the film.
He is also the lead actor of ABCD – a first for him in a Hindi film. His endearing accent enhances the authenticity of the character – he is a man who left Chennai 15 years ago to pursue his dreams in Mumbai.
On the acting front, ABCD is Kay Kay Menon's film. Neither the role nor the situations that he finds himself in are etched out with much clarity and purpose. Yet, riding on his magnetic screen presence, he repeatedly rises above the limitations of the script.
It is his character that probably puts it best. "Indians don't have brains," he admonishes his American hire when the latter makes a suggestion ahead of the dance show finale. "Talent doesn't matter here. It is all about packaging. Mediocrity rules."
Take your pick. There is a whole lot of dancing talent on show here. It is the packaging that lets down the performers -- and the viewers.
And why, pray, is this film in 3-D? It isn't about Pina Bausch and Remo D'Souza is no Wim Wenders.
ABCD - Any Body Can Dance, directed by Remo D'Souza is one of the biggest surprises this weekend. While some of us expected Special Chabbis to be a good film, not many have high expectation from this Prabhu Deva, Kay Kay Menon, Ganesh Acharya and Lauren Gottlieb starrer film. However, Remo D'Souza proved all of them wrong with his 'hatke' plot and awesome dance movements in ABCD.
The film also boasts to be the first dance film of India in 3D. Set against the backdrop of dance competition, ABCD - Any Body Can Dance leaves you with a feeling of achievement and gives you a feel-good factor. It's a film that every Indian (considering how passionate we are for dance and music) can relate to and above all, Prabhu Deva and Ganesh Acharya's dance is a treat to watch. The various dance style that Remo uses leaves you spellbound.
The plot as such is weak and that is where ABCD falters. The narrative by Tushar Hiranandani seems predictable. The second hour seems quite a drag and a bit more firm editing would have done the film some good. The 3D effect is not so great either. The last dance finale will make you sit on the edge of the seat (the same feeling that you get while watching a one-day cricket match between India and Pakistan!). Story Vishnu (Prabhu Deva) is extremely passionate about dance. He along with his partner (Kay Kay Menon) set up a dance academy. However, Kay Kay turns out to be quite a manipulator, and Vishnu is extremely dejected.
He decides to leave Mumbai, the city of dreams and go to his hometown. That's when he spots a group of talented dancers who are preparing for a dance competition. He decides to take them under his wing and train them to be outstanding dancers.
Performances Kay Kay Menon, as we all know, is a fabulous actor, and he does complete justice to his 'villianous' role. Prabhu Deva is extremely good in doing what he knows the best....and that is dancing! He is not too good as an actor, and that he has proved once again (He previously starred in Sapney with Kajol) with ABCD. Punit Pathak has got the spunk in him and he has the ability to be one among the leading hunks in Bollywood. Lauren Gottlieb is talented, good looking and an amazing dancer - a firang with a desi touch! All other actors have given a decent performance.
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