Rock On is predictable from start to the supers in the end that will tell us what happened to each of the band members and is certainly not the film you ought to watch after the spoof Walh Hard:The Dewey cox story. You can completely relate to the boys, their dilemmas and where the conflict stems from , through the nuances and body language of the characters, with the filmmakers rarely ever resorting to theatrics, melodrama or cinematic exaggeration. Yes, it has every single element synonymous with the sub-genre of rock movies – a band that has fallen apart must get together to redeem itself. Rock On is a nostalgic ode to an era when rock musicians could be spotted with their long hairs. Rock On is the definitive film on the state of Indian rock.