Time To Dance Movie Review

  • By: nettv4u.com
  • Review for the film: "Time To Dance"
  • Runtime: 2 Hours 02 Minutes
  • Certificate: UA
  • Released: 12-03-2021
  • Genre: Romance, Drama
2.5 / 5.0

Time To Dance is a dance drama flick scripted by Deepak Dwivedi and directed by Stanley D Costa. Lizelle D Souza produced the film. Vijay Verma, Anamik Chauhan and Lyton scored the BGM and the songs are by Rochak Kohli, Guru Randhawa, Vijay Verma, Vishal Mishra and Gurinder Seagal. Rajeev Shrivastava cranked the camera and Munishwer Bharat Singh Rao edited the film. The film has Sooraj Pancholi, Isabel Kaif, Saqib Saleem, Waluscha De Sousa, Rajpal Yadav. Natasha Powell and Sammy Jonas Heaney in the main roles.


Isha and William are dance partners and they had a huge dream to win the Latin Ball Championship. But, Isha gets injured and William leaves her. Rishab is a street dancer who also works in a restaurant with Sada. The situation makes Rishab meet Isha. Will they make a good pair and win the championship? The rest of the film travels through this.

Star Performance

Sooraj Pancholi is good as a dancer and his chemistry with Isabelle is good. Isabelle has got a fine movie for her debut. She plays perfectly as a dancer and her moves are appreciable too. Waluscha De Sousa and Rajpal Yadav have got important roles and they did it well.


The film didn’t have any unique story, but good choreography, for sure. The final dance performance is mesmerizing and kudos to the choreographers Remo D Souza and Stanley D Costa. Although the film is very predictable, the dance choreography and the leads make us sit and watch throughout the film. The music is okayish and the cinematography needs a special mention. The characters are finely written and the star selection is excellent.

What’s There?

  • Performance of the stars
  • Choreography is good

What’s Not There?

  • Predictable story


The audience feels that the music should have been better, as it is a dance drama. The acting and the dance movements are perfect, making the audience watch the film even though it is a predictable plot!

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