Yeh Ballet dance is a particularly rousing movie made with the awesome course, sheer hard work, unadulterated feelings alongside a portion of giggling! It is composed delightfully and the narrating and portrayal is simply beat on!!! Everything from their life in Mumbai ghettos to the battle of turning into a ballet artist felt so characteristic and reasonable. My highlight of the film was ACTING!! Rookies Achintya and Manish were so ready for business and certainty that they made the story more authentic. I need to see the value in Achintya for his hold over the Tapori Mumbai slang and Manish for his commitment and hard work all through the film. It was a treat to the eyes to watch them act and dance so honorably. I was awestruck taking a gander at the young men doing such extraordinary expressive dance easily. I need to say this film merits a great deal more appreciation, consideration, and affirmation. More capacity to the entire cast and group!! Incredible endeavors! Anticipating see their appearances in more films. <br> <br>I adored the unique circumstance, battle, and conviction in the content which depends on the genuine and true incident. Artful dance is very underestimated in India and it\s hard to envision young men performing it, yet the difficult work regardless of unsupportive foundation makes these two young men arrive at their objective. Both Achintya Bose as Amiruddin Shah, and Manish Chauhan depicting Nishu (a character dependent on his own life), as the leads are such fine ballet artists. <br> <br>Absolutely adored how unassuming yet nitty gritty this film is. It\s effectively the best dance-based Bollywood film that I have watched. Nothing in the film appeared to be unnecessary. The best part about the film is its cast. Amazing artists who made genuinely fair entertainers for the film. From movement to cinematography, it\s a remarkable one of its sort. By and large, it\s an incredible film. Try not to miss this movie.