Saurabh Shukla has returned to direction two years after the release of his film Raat Gayi Baat Gayi? His latest directorial venture Pappu Can't Dance Saala has created lot of curiosity among the movie goers and the film suffers from weak and illogical script. Neha Dhupia's flawless performance is the only solace in the flawed plot.
Pappu Can't Dance Saala is a romantic comedy. Other than Neha Dhupia's rocking performance, there is no other major aspect to boast about. The film has weak and predictable story. The movie has several illogical and dragged sequences like a Kolhapuri girl hitting stardom overnight and the hero and heroine, who are not government officials, getting flats in Sales Tax colony.
The story revolves around Vidyadhar Acharya (Vinay Pathak), who has just shifted from Benares, is a Medical Representative at a company in Mumbai. The old fashioned man is struggling to cope up with fast-paced life in the city. Mehak Malavde (Neha Dhupia), who is a dynamic chorus dancer, is a neighbour of Vidya in Sales Tax colony. The two hate each other a lot. Mehak occupies Vidya's flat when Tax Officials raids her flat. What happens when Vidya is forced to stay with her in his house will form the climax of the film.