Critics Review


Average Fair

Remo is a choreographer. Not a story teller. His skills shine in the set pieces, made more beautiful owing to the talented bunch of dancers he has. Varun and Shraddha add to this bunch, sycing in neatly, even Shradhdha. None of them however can salvage the dismal acting department. (more)

Source: Ameet Bhuvan, MovieCrow


Prabhudheva and Varun Dhawan will floor you with their super moves

ABCD 2 is a wonderful ensemble of well-choreographed dance sequences and even makes use of 3D to make it more stunning. When you have Remo D'Souza, Prabhudheva and even Ganesh Acharya (for one scene) you simply cannot go wrong with the dance performances.(more)

Source: Sweta Kaushal, Hindustan Times


ABCD - ANY BODY CAN DANCE 2 makes for a good viewing

The film also mirrors the immense growth and the transformation of Remo D'souza from being a choreographer to a fine director. While the film makes for a wholesome entertainer, it is the second half of the film that qualifies to be better than the first, especially the last 20 minutes of the film, which look spectacular on the big screen.(more)

Source: Bollywood Hungama News Network, Bollywood Hungama


All dance, not enough soul!

Anybody Can Dance revolved around an embittered dance teacher proving the point of the movie's title, the second one in the franchise is about a bunch of likeable Mumbai dancers trying to regain their reputation by beating the same Filipino team they were accused of plagiarizing, at an international hip hop competition hosted in Las Vegas.(more)

Source: Sukanya Verma,


ABCD 2 is a hazy blur of a movie.

ABCD 2 is supposedly inspired by the exploits of two real-life Nalasopara boys who put India on the world map of hip hop in 2012 by winning the world championship in Las Vegas. But there is little in the film that suggests that it has anything to do with the actual world. (more)

Source: Saibal Chatterjee, NDTV Movies


Watch it only if you want to enjoy some cool dance numbers!

ABCD 2 sets to achieve a benchmark in showcasing the best footwork and dancing skills of the greatest performers in showbiz. (more)

Source: Tushar Joshi, DNA


ABCD2 Movie Review

This true-blue 3D dance film that serves us energy and verve while hip-hopping, dishes out a stale plot.(more)

Source: Meena Iyer, Times Of India