|Directed by||Ram Gopal Varma|
|Produced by||Ram Gopal Varma,
|Written by||Sulekha Bajpai,
Musharaff Ali Khan
|Music by||Amar Mohile|
|Release date(s)||November 12, 2004|
|Running time||150 mins|
Abhinav (Abhishek Bachchan) and Reva (Antara Mali) are two, middle-class citizens in the big city of Mumbai. Both are trying to get a breakthrough in their individual profession. Abhinav wants to be an actor and Reva wants to be a choreographer. Both meet, fall in love and spend some intimate moments together.
Abhinav tries to help Reva out, things get better when he gets his first film offer. However, Reva refuses his help and wants to make it on her own. Abhinav has become a huge star. She eventually gets her first offer to choreograph but the director wanted to approach Abhinav through her. Eventually both of them drift apart and break up.
Reva finally gets a genuine offer to choreography by Diwakar (Ritesh Deshmukh), who really likes her style and work. Reva by now has become a huge star, and soon she is given the offer to work with Abhinav.
The rest of the film focuses on whether Abhinav and Reva can put their differences aside and if they get back together.
- Naach was released on Diwali and coincided with the release of two other films: Yash Chopra's Veer-Zaara and Aitraaz. Veer-Zaara emerged as the biggest hit of the year and Aitraaz also did well. This meant that Naach was completely ignored and it was a box office failure.
- Though the film did not do well, both Abhishek Bachchan and Antara Mali were applauded for their performances.