'Chance Pe Dance': No Chance!
The film industry attracts thousands of hopefuls every single day. Most don't make it. But the struggle continues... 'Chance Pe Dance' tries to present the story of a hopeful - his dreams, his aspirations, his struggle and his eventual triumph.
Last year, Zoya Akhtar's 'Luck By Chance' depicted the struggles of an aspirant effectively. 'Chance Pe Dance' tries hard to present the story of one such aspirant, but fails miserably. The story doesn't have the zing to keep you hooked to the screen for most parts, and also, it unravels at such a lethargic pace that you break into a yawn at several points of the narrative.
The sole aspect that you carry home is Shahid Kapoor's earnest performance, who has consistently taken one step ahead with every film. This time, unfortunately, the shoddy script nullifies the actor's efforts.
Final verdict? A chance lost! Come to think of it, most dance-based reality shows on television these days promise far more entertainment, excitement, "drame-baazi" and euphoric moments, than you can find in 'Chance Pe Dance.'
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