Lots of dancing in a meandering, unbelievable, morally bankrupt script.....
Mommy and Daddy won't pay for young woman to go to dance school (sniff, sniff) but will pay tuition and expenses for law school. Young woman steals tuition and expense money from her parents to pay for an apartment and dance lessons. She eventually gets caught. Small spanking follows.
Family immediately takes her and her 12 year old sister to India for the wedding of the son of her father's business partner. Young woman has been friends with daughter of the business partner since she was ten years old.
Within a couple of days or meeting him in India the young woman decides she loves the man who her friend (daughter of the business partner) is in love with, so she squeezes her out of the picture.
Lots of dancing and a meandering plot follows.....
Crisis develops when parents fight over the death of their son several years before. Their twelve year old daughter freaks out and goes to a night club where she knows her older sister is in a dance performance with her new Indian boyfriend of 3? 4? days and his crew. Boyfriend convinces her to leave her little sister with a man she has never met before while she dances. After all, what could go wrong for a 12 year old girl in India?
More dancing and meandering plot....
A fight, chaos in the club and the young woman's sister disappears for awhile before she is found. Parents show up, very unhappy, young woman taken back to States where she and her troupe are scheduled for a dance audition in the next couple of days.
Indian man and his whole dance crew "have connections" so all five of them immediately get visas (because it is that easy to do!) and follow the young woman to the States where they save her audition by dancing a flawless routine with her troupe that they have never seen, practiced or danced before.
Uh, yeah. Um, I mean, Uh, no.
A bit of good dancing that wallows in script filled with acts of poor moral character, spoiled brattedness, and unbelievable plot twists. The acting is very poor, to boot. Not at all recommended.