1. I'm confused about what you're filming for. A school project? A competition? Make it more clear in the first sentence of your second paragraph.
The fact was, our fivesome had hardly jumped two ropes before. I myself was no professional. Which led us to our morning practice and filming in pursuit of mastering the ways of the ropes.
The problem is that this is your only mention ever of difficulties during this entire essay and they don't seem like very big obstacles at all. Expand more on them.
The idea for our group film assignment had hit me almost instantly. I had traveled to Switzerland that summer, where I earned an enthusiasm for double dutch. At the end of the program, I had vowed to my friends there to bring the sport back to my hometown and share it. This was the opportunity to introduce this alien activity to my hometown, Kochi. I proposed the idea, and our scenarios began to dance into motion. Or so we hoped.
You can cut down alot of this description. It provides good context but shouldn't take so much space.
As time passed, we slowly got the hang of it. The turners' hands synced in motion, and the jumpers gained a spring as they skipped between the ropes. Our filming proceeded with the usual bloopers, and the occasional "forgot to press the REC button". I felt an overwhelming sense of happiness as I saw my friends, who had been hesitant to even jump in, laughing and running into the arch.
The last day of filming was a memorable one. After a total of thirty-two takes for the last scene, we succeeded in the jump, raising jubilant banshee wails among us. As the faint sound of the first school bell rang in the distance, we mounted our bikes with a sense of accomplishment in our guts.
I'm assuming that this part right here is where you describe your accomplishment.
I felt an overwhelming sense of happiness as I saw my friends, who had been hesitant to even jump in, laughing and running into the arch.
I like this part right here. Maybe expand about how it felt to convince your friends to join this project.
It's a good idea but I don't think you present your difficulties and accomplishments strongly enough.