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Directed by : Remo D'Souza

Release Date : | Length : 153 Minutes

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The story traces the journey of an Indian dance troupe, a motley assortment of boys and girls who come from the backstreets of a Mumbai suburb; their rise to fame, sudden downfall and then their heroic attempt to seek vindication by regaining their lost glory and pride. Will they be able to achieve success at the biggest Inte...more


“Any Body Can't Digest ABCD 2 - only dance lovers will like the film.”

ABCD 2 Audience Review

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ABCD  2 is an enjoyable movie for lovers of dance, specifically hip-hop. It  is peppered with dancers from all over the world since it’s set around an international dance competition and you get to see some really cool moves.  If hip-hop is not your thing the dances may get a bit tedious after a while and look like an extended exercise session in very strange clothes.


A dance group gets disqualified for plagiarizing a Filipino act and then to salvage their dignity they decide to enter the World Hip Hop championship. They find a guru in an alcoholic and then head out to LA. The rest of the movie is about the dance competition.


The movie is quite fast paced and peppy. The actors are young and their energy and enthusiasm are infectious. The movie makes good use of 3D in the dance sequences to make them come alive. There are quite a few funny moments that keep the mood light and entertaining.


Varun Dhawan and Shradha Kapoor put  up a good effort at dancing but are eclipsed in this aspect by the trained dancers like Lauren Gottlieb and guys like Sushant Pujari and Raghav Juyal. However, they make up for this with their star quotient. Prabhudeva is great to watch especially when he dances.


ABCD 2 is a simple and sincere movie and wears its heart on its sleeve. Remo loves dance and it shows in every scene. His passion will win you over even if his directorial skills leave much to be desired.  Add some sunshine on a rainy day with this movie.