Story : The story revolves around Vidyadhar Acharya (Vinay Pathak), who has just shifted from Benares to Mumbai and Mehak Malavde (Neha Dhupia), who is a chorus dancer and knows how to survive in the city of dreams. Mahek and Vidyadhar are neighbours and later due to unavoidable circumstances, they turn roommates. Pappu Can’t Dance Saala is all about how two people who can’t stand each other, manage to deal with the situation and how their journey begins to unfold in a rather interesting fashion. Story Treatment : The story is way too predictable and dragged sequences further take away the zeal from it. There are moments which showcase emotions, but all of it seems repetitive and Pappu Can't Dance Saala fails to differ. Though all the performances are commendable, the repetitiveness makes it a boring affair. Star Cast : Vinay Pathak is known to play the common man to perfection, be it in Chalo Dilli or Utt Pataang. The actor has always enthralled his fans, but this time, he fails to tickle the funny bone. The dull storyline can also be a reason for the same, as an overdose of anything is not pleasant. Neha Dhupia steals the show and comes across as a confident actor. Rajat Kapoor, as always makes his presence felt, Naseeruddin Shah is wasted and Sanjay Mishra doesn’t get much scope. The chemistry between Neha and Vinay is pleasing in parts. Direction : Director Saurabh Shukla tries to get the best out of his actors, but a poor storyline hides the intention. The dragged second half and an immensely predictable story, doesn’t allow the director to create any strong emotional or serious moments. His effort of trying to induce all emotions, at times, create a chaos within the characters. Dialogues/cinematography/music : Dialogues are simple, but leave no impact. Music is forgettable and there were hardly any expectations attached to it. Cinematography is decent. 3ups and downs : Neha Dhupia shocks you with her confidence and the way she carries her character. Neha-Vinay chemistry gets a thumbs up. And, the final word- you won't miss much if you miss this one. Catch it if you having nothing to do this weekend.