Claps For: Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor, supporting cast, breath-taking dance moves, 3D format, picturesque locations
Slaps For: predictable story
Popcorn Refill: Interval
Story: Suresh aka Suru (Varun Dhawan) and Vinnie (Shraddha Kapoor)'s dance troupe 'Mumbai Stunners' gets disqualified in a dance competition titled 'Hum Kisi Se Kam Nahin' after being accused of plagarism. Due to this downfall, several of their team members call it quits and leave the group. Now, to regain the lost glory and pride, Suresh decides to participate in the World Hip-Hop Competition which is to be held in Las Vegas. Finally he sees a ray of hope in the form of an alcoholic Vishnu (Prabhudheva) who he thinks can be their ticket to Las Vegas. However, is Suresh's chance encounter with Vishnu merely a coincidence or is there something more that meets the eye? Will Suresh's team win the prestigious World Hip-Hop Competition? Do they deserve a second chance in life?
Performance: Watch out for Varun Dhawan who pulls off those tough dance moves with such ease and perfection. He is an absolute delight! Shraddha Kapoor is a bundle of energy. The doe-eyed girl wins over your heart as 'Vinnie'. Prabhudheva yet again proves why he is known as the 'dancing maestro' even though he has just one song to flaunt his signature moves. The supporting cast of Dharmesh Yelande, Raghav Juyal and Punit Pathak is brilliant and lend ample support to the film.
Direction: Remo DSouza returns back with the much-awaited sequel to 'ABCD'. This time, it's bigger and more vibrant. Though the film suffers from a predictable storyline, his world of dance makes sure that your eyes stay glued to the screen. There is plenty of popping and locking dance moves for you to go gaga over. Hip-hop at its best! So rejoice, all you dance lovers! Mayur Puri's dialogues have a sprinkle of the youth lingo. Vijay Arora's cinematography adds to the glitter of the film, especially the Grand Canyon and the Las Vegas dance scenes.