Bollywood Wannabe

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"It’s one of those rare games that brought a smile to my face and joy to my life, without requiring me to violently end a single virtual life to boot. Do yourself a favor and pick it up." - True PC Gaming

"Bollywood Wannabe makes great use of its awesome concept, and it’s just entertaining, funny and refreshingly different." -

Everybody wants to be a star! All you need is passion... and the guts to dance anytime, anywhere!

Bollywood is about to be rocked by a fantastic new film. The producer is an unknown and his script has been rejected by every publishing house. The stars have never been in a film before. The budget is practically zero. But none of that matters - all you need to have a smash hit is passion! The passion to dance, anywhere and any time... whatever it takes to make your dreams come true.

Help Kumar and Kendra make their dreams of stardom a reality with Bollywood Wannabe, a video game with a unique mix of rhythm and platform elements. Dance your way through each of the movie's scenes - can you dance well enough to make the public want to join in? Will this movie be an indie success or a forgettable flop?

Key Features:

  • Ten levels of pure Bollywood fun

  • Songs from artists such as Gupsy Aujla, G-Deep, Mr. P, Nishant Mudgal, Bob Mann, Riffat Sultana, Shivangi Bhayana and more

  • A unique blend of rhythm and platform game elements

  • Four difficulty level in one button and four button mode

Customer reviews


A light-hearted coffee break rhythm game

Skeride | Feb. 19, 2014 | See all Skeride's reviews »

This rhythm game is hilarious and I had a blast playing through it. The art is gorgeous and distinctive, and while I didn't make use of it, you can raise the difficulty and increase the complexity of the game if you so desire, providing replay value. One (fairly short) playthrough was enough for me, but I feel I got more than my money's worth. This is an undeservedly obscure game that I constantly recommend to friends.



drafek | June 19, 2013 | See all drafek's reviews »

This game is done well, it's funny but it does get boring after a while. The dancing is a little strange. The sound is done well though.


Happy fun!

psychicparrot | June 11, 2013 | See all psychicparrot's reviews »

It just makes me smile. I love the way other characters join in the dancing as the level progresses and the animations are great.. if I could change one thing, it would be to make the beats appear above the player's head so that I could watch the dancing AND the beats. I find myself watching the beat at the bottom of the screen and missing out on the dancing unless someone else plays and I watch them. I think it's a great fun diversion from the usual games we're all playing and the music is fantastic. If you like music and dancing, you may well enjoy this - it's quite uplifting to play :)


Bollywood Is A Strange Place

TheGrizzlyB | April 24, 2013 | See all TheGrizzlyB's reviews »

This game is very very strange. It is like if dance dance revolution met lsd and bollywood. I'm not really sure what to think of it. It is quite entertaining however, and does make you have a good laugh here and there. i'd say pick it up if its cheap enough.