The success of dance shows on Indian television has prompted choreographers to take on the role of director and produce films that showcase various dance forms. We’ve already seen ABCD and Street Dancer, and now it’s time for Time To Dance. Stanley Menino D’Costa directed the film, which combines melodrama with ballroom and Latin dance, as well as overused London locations with romance. Rishabh and Sadanand work as waiters at a restaurant and dance venue that has been chosen to host the Great Bradford Ballroom and Latin Championship qualifying round. Bradford, in the north of England, is about 270 kilometers from London, where the film is set, but don’t expect logic, consistency, or finesse.
Isabelle Kaif’s minimal expressions are on display in Time to Dance, while Sooraj Pancholi flaunts his ripped torso. When the pair is asked to dance together, they show off their graceful and impressive form. Kaif plays Isha, a dance teacher who is fighting to hold her mother’s dance academy open with her sister Meher (Waluscha D’Souza). Navdeep Singh (Saqib Saleem), a helpful bank representative, informs them about the foreclosure while also guiding them out of their predicament.