The Chinese version of the American teen hit ‘High School Musical’ will hit the screens nationwide on August 12, 2010.

Based on the original ‘High School Musical,’ the most successful film ever made by Disney, the Chinese version shows a singing contest in a university that inspires students to realize their musical dreams, Ent.qq.com reports.

They come across several difficulties during the process, but everyone manages to make the right decisions to make their dreams come true.

The lead actors attended a press conference in Beijing and told reporters that apart from the different kinds of dance styles, the film also involves some plots and scenes from the lives of young Chinese, which are presented through humorous and encouraging songs, reports English.news.cn.

Famous crosstalk comedian Guo Degang plays the father of one of the main characters in the film.

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