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Delinquent Dancers (2012)

Aayna Ka Bayna (original title)
Not Rated | | Music | 30 November 2012 (India)
We dance for laughter, We dance for tears, We dance for madness, We dance for fears, We dance for hopes, We dance for screams, We are the dancers, We create the dreams.


Samit Kakkad
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Credited cast:
Akhilesh Akhilesh ... Bike raja
Sulabha Arya ... Putran's mother
Raqesh Bapat ... Saagar (as Rakesh Bapat)
Sanket Farad Sanket Farad ... Joseph
Santosh Juvekar ... Anchor
Chhaya Kadam Chhaya Kadam ... Chuttan's mother
Dinesh Kamble Dinesh Kamble ... Putran
Amruta Khanvilkar ... Shivani
Sachin Khedekar ... Harshwardhan sathe
Pravin Nair Pravin Nair ... Tochan
Nikhil Nikhil ... Pele
Siddesh Pai Siddesh Pai ... Chuttan
Amit Rokade Amit Rokade ... Sample
Sagar Satpute Sagar Satpute ... Chiller Room boy
Jaywant Wadkar ... Chuttan's Father


They walk the tightrope between right and wrong. They are hungry for recognition, fame and respect. They are immensely gifted but absolutely raw. Their special gift is street smarts and the art of survival. They are impatient and all charged up to grab their share of what is theirs if they win the race of a lifetime. These 9 boys with a misspent childhood, in a juvenile home run by a tyrant warden will dance for passion, for hope and for their dreams to come true. Exorcising their past demons, the 9 boys who society has written off, reach out for the stars. Will their rebellion pay off? Will they become masters of their destinies? Written by samit kakkad

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Dreaming with your feet.




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Marathi | Hindi

Release Date:

30 November 2012 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Delinquent Dancers See more »

Filming Locations:

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India


Box Office


INR20,000,000 (estimated)
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Clichéd with stolen dance choreography...
7 June 2013 | by Wayfarer1994See all my reviews

Despite the horribly clichéd story-line, the melodramatic crying, and the unintentionally comical scenes, what REALLY aggravated me about this movie was the fact that a significant portion of the dance choreography used in the film was STOLEN from other dance crews. In the final performance scene, one crew dons the iconic mask and gloves of Jabbawockeez Crew and continues to use their choreography. These very same "Jabbawockeez impostors" manage to incorporate the choreography of I.aM.Me Crew into their routine as well.

If that wasn't enough, when it comes to the final break dancing battle scene, the dancers blatantly steal routines from the famous Jinjo Crew. One dancer goes even further to use the signature "hat-trick" moves of bboy Vero (of Jinjo Crew).

In the break dancing community, when one bboy steals another bboy's moves, it is called "biting". In this movie, the dance choreographers bit off of bboy Vero, the rest of Jinjo Crew, I.aM.Me, and Jabbawockeez.

The theatrical elements are enough to earn this film a 3 or a 4, but the flagrant disrespect shown to several hardworking, original, un-credited dance crews, drops this movie down to a 1.

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