Time To Dance Movie Review: Did Sooraj Pancholi Do The Role Justice?
Time to Dance was the 2021 Indian dance film directed by Stanley D’Costa. Lizelle d’Souza featured Sooraj Pancholi, Isabelle Kaif and Waluscha de Sousa in the lead role. The movie was published at the theater in India on March 12, 2021.
The story of Time To Dance:
William (Sammy Jonas Heaney) and Isha (Isabelle Kaif) kept the dream of winning. Latin dance and the most important championships in London. But, when the bad step led Isha to get injured on their dance floor. Will they win the contest, get in the backseat?
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Time To Dance review:
‘Time to dance’ is about a dance competition in London that every dancer dreams of winning. Second, all-time favorite player William, along with professional dancers Isha, will soon be taking part in the challenge.
But Isha injured her legs which guided William to say goodbye to her. Here, entering Rishabh (Sooraj Pancholi), a part-time street dancer, works as a waiter in a restaurant with his friend Sada (Rajpal Yadav).
What is the next? Rishabh is the Savior who learns to dance and becomes an Isha couple. The shared Duo team will make them win this competition.
The first director Stanley Menino D’Costa follows in the footsteps of many other dance films (ABCD, Dancer Street, etc.). But what makes it different are the characteristics of various ballroom and Latin dances – at the heart of the story. The choreography of Stanley and Remo D-Souza, especially the final performance, is alluring.
Deepak Dwivedi wrote this movie as a typical story where the man came to save the girl and did everything to win her heart, and the rest became history.
The storyline is very predictable from the get-go, even though it has turned into a dance-based film to disappointing music to the core. With the exception of the mashup of two romantic melodies, ‘mein so that Kahoon’ and ‘Bol do na Zara.
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Dutta Isabelle Kaif is impressive, and the screen presence will remind you of her sister (Katrina Kaif). The dance posture is perfect. However, he still has to work in his comfort zone in front of the camera.
Sooraj Pancholi did his best to put on sincere performances. His chemicals with Charming Isabelle and together they seem quite compatible, especially in their stage performances. In addition to the central character, Rajpal Yadav as Rishabh’s friend and colleague, Sousa’s Sada and Waluscha as Isha’s sister, Meher helped move the narrative forward.
Critical analysis of Time To Dance:
Instead of the dance film genre was excessive, because only the popular ABCD franchise. This disappointing sense Sooraj Pancholi did better as an actor. His latest film Satellite Shankar was also damaged by no visibility.
As a reluctant dancer in time to dance, he made his Bollywood debut with Isabelle Kaif (he had made an Indo-Canadian film called Dr. Cabbie with Virmani Vinay a few years ago). He is confident, appreciated and enjoys an excellent physical presence and a screen.
He runs away in front of the camera giving the right expression and dancing well. The movie, which Stanley Menino D’Costa directed, was about the ballroom and Latin dancing, so it was a bit of a niche.
People couldn’t expect a significant segment of the Indian public to connect with it. However, there is something unique about the offering as the western dance format brings several new moves. Isabelle’s acting statement leaves a lot to be desired. His expression was flat for all scenes.
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But as a dancer he is doing well. The film also featured Sammy Jonas Heaney as the “classic white boy” who was an opportunity and fit the bill. The same goes for Waluscha de Sousa, who plays Isabelle’s sister.
The film also starred in Rajpal Yadav and unfortunately saw him waste time in the comics for years. You can spend time dancing in the theaters. Yes, the music and the order of the dances fit in, and Sooraj holds it alone too.
But this is worthy of Digital Watch.