An aspiring dancer joins a Jamaican college and teams up with a local in order to win a dance competition. She meets the two-time winner who creates horrible obstacles for her.
6 times of india | 09 Jul 2019
It’s quite fun to see foreign characters speak in Telugu. While the fights, dances and camera work impress, what actually comes out is the imaginative work of the director. The film has been in the making for a long time but does not disappoint those who prefer to watch films that are appreciative of the lead character showing off an “attitude”. Quite a few cinematic liberties have been taken and the length of the movie is prolonged unnecessarily.
The die-hard Tollywood audience might want to lap up this movie, despite some silly stuff which the comedians produce.
4 greatandhra | 31 Aug 2018
Okay, the film starts off with a voice-over from YVS Choudhary that the audience must look beyond the setting of the story as it is an attempt at bringing the culture of street style dancing from Jamaica and the US to the Telugu audiences. Then there is Ram’s voice-over introducing the hero Rock. Despite all this, nothing prepares you for the many black characters speaking in Telugu.
To keep the feel right, YVS retains a lot of black characters and that might be a bit of a culture shock to regular Telugu audiences especially in B, C centres ...
5 123telugu.com | 31 Aug 2018
With Rey, Sai Dharam proves that he has the talent to go a long way. An interesting backdrop, climax and Sai’s dances are the basic assets of this film. On the flip side, lag in narration and excessive length spoil the flow of this film which is aimed only at the youth.