The Cheetah Girls: One World; TV review on Disney ChannelAugust 23rd, 2008 - 11:31 pm ICT by Bupha Ravirot
The Cheetah Girls: One World preceded from The Cheetah Girls 2, Chuchie Simmons (Adrienne Bailon), Dorinda Thomas (Sabrina Bryan) and Aquanette Walker (Kiely Williams) auditioning for an Indian director of Bollywood production. They succeed and the Cheetah Girls fly overseas to India’s Bollywood. The Cheetah Girls were in store for a nasty shock. The director has only one role for a female lead actress in the movie. The Cheetahs had to compete and try to win the prized role. This is just a plot of the movie “The Cheetah Girls: One World” or known as The Cheetah Girls 3.
Movie review was released on August 22, aired on Disney Channel, under a Hollywood producer, Debra Martin Chase. After the movies “High School Musicals,” “Hannah Montana” and “Camp Rock” had made billions embracing this creed. Disney Channel produced a new movie with similar life-lesson as those three since January this year. Their message was ‘Nothing can keep you from being a star, but only if you remember that friends are more important than fame’.
Disney doesn’t often attempt irony, but occasionally irony is thrust upon them.
“Even an 8-year-old can connect those dots”, according to Disney.
The term “One World,” Galleria’s absence is glibly explained — she has been accepted at Cambridge and disappeared from the scence. Meanwhile, the other girls act like they always do, swearing eternal devotion one minute, then turning on one another the next, as they struggle to maintain their Cheetah identity.
- Adrienne Bailon as Chanel “Chuchie” Simmons
- Sabrina Bryan as Dorinda “Do” Thomas
- Kiely Williams as Aquanette “Aqua” Walker
- Michael Steger as Vikram “Vik” Bhatia
- Roshan Seth as Uncle Khamal Bhatia
- Kunal Sharma as Amar
- Deepti Daryanani as Gita
- Rupak Ginn as Rahim