Time to Dance Hindi Movie
Cast & Crew :
Director : Stanley D’ Costa
Actors : Sooraj Pancholi, Isabelle Kaif, Waluscha De Sousa,Rajpal, Yadav, Sammy John Heaney, Atul Sharma
Producer : Lizelle D’ Souza
STORY: William (Sammy Jonas Heaney) and Isha (Isabelle Kaif) are holding the fantasy about winning London’s greatest Ballroom and Latin dance title. Yet, when an off-base advance leads Isha getting harmed on the dance floor, will their zing to win the challenge assume a lower priority?
Survey: ‘Time To Dance’ is about a dance rivalry in London which each artist longs for winning. The two, record-breaking most loved entertainers William with his expert artist Isha are soon to partake in the test. However, Isha harms her leg which drives William bidding farewell to her. Here, enters Rishabh (Sooraj Pancholi) who is low maintenance road artist and functions as a server in a café with his companion Sada (Rajpal Yadav). What next? Rishabh is the guardian angel, who masters moving and turns into Isha’s accomplice. The couple collaborates together will make them win this opposition.
Stanley Menino D’Costa’s first time at the helm follows the strides of numerous other dance films (ABCD, Street Dancer, and so forth) Yet, what makes it distinctive is that it highlights assorted dance structures—dance hall and Latin moves—in the core of the story. Movement by Stanley and Remo D-Souza, particularly the last execution is hypnotizing. Composed by Deepak Dwivedi, this film has an average storyline where the man shows up to save the young lady and does everything to win her heart and the rest becomes history. The screenplay is a lot of unsurprising all along. In spite of being a film that is really founded on dance its music disillusions deeply, with the exception of the mashup of two heartfelt songs ‘Mein Agar Kahoon’ and ‘Bol Do Na Zara’.
Debutante Isabelle Kaif is noteworthy and her onscreen presence will help you to remember her sister (Katrina Kaif). Her dance stances are simply great, be that as it may, she actually needs to chip away at her customary range of familiarity before the camera. Sooraj Pancholi makes an honest effort to place in an earnest execution. His science with Isabelle is beguiling and together they looked very viable, particularly in their stage exhibitions. Other than the focal characters, Rajpal Yadav as Rishabh’s companion and collaborator, Sada and Waluscha De Sousa as Isha’s senior sister, Meher helps in pushing the story forward.
For its 113 minutes’ runtime, ‘ Time To Dance’ offers a bucketful of sublime dance exhibitions to keep you connected all through.