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Street Dancer 3D Movie Review: Shraddha Kapoor, Varun Dhawan starrer encapsulates illegal immigrants' sentiments

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 23 January 2020, 12:43 IST
Street Dancer 3D Movie Review

Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor, Prabhu Deva, Nora Fatehi starrer is just a day way to hit the big screens on Friday. The film will clash with Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari’s Panga starring Kangana Ranaut, Richa Chadha, Neena Gupta and Jassie Gill. So those who are planning to watch either of the films then here we are with one of the reviews to make your task easier.

Movie Review: Street Dancer 3D
Star Cast: Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor, Prabhu Deva, Nora Fatehi, Punit Pathak, Dharmesh Yelande, Salman Yusuff Khan, Aparshakti Khurana, Raghav Juyal among others
Director: Remo D' Souza
Producer: Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar and Lizelle D'Souza
Music: Tanishk Bagchi, Badshah, Sachin-Jigar and Guru Randhawa
Genre: Drama/Romance/ Musical



Remo D’Souza and Prabhu Deva are coming back with their third instalment of dance-drama featuring Sharddha Kapoor as Inayat and Varun Dhawan as Sahej in the film. The film is about two warring dance groups who end up coming together for a social cause. This time makers promise to take the dance and madness many notches higher.

The film starts with Sahej an Indian origin British resident based in London with his family. He and his brother Punit Pathak as Inder are part of a dance group named Street Dancers. Inder had participated in a globally reputed dance performance called Ground Zero, however, in the final showdown he gets injured and breaks his knee. 2 years later Sahej travels to Punjab, India for a wedding and returns with the huge amount of money. He uses the money to open his dance studio and then he reunites his Street Dancers gang.


On the other hand, there is a Pakistani origin group Rule Breakers comprising of Inayat, Zayn (Salman Yusuff Khan) among others. Their dance is quite superior to them and this the reason why the two groups are always on war. At one such event when the two groups Street Dancers and Rule Breakers are at the same restaurant, they indulge in a fight and attacks each other with food. In a haze when Inayat leaves the restaurant she notices a man entering from the back door of the restaurant. However, at that time she brushes it off but on her next visit she follows the man who turns out to be Prabu Deva, he then reveals that these men are illegal immigrants from India subcontinent and every day he comes to give them leftover food.

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Inayat is moved by this gesture and decides to win the Ground Zero battle to use that money to help the illegal immigrants. On the other hand, even Street Dancers too decides to participate in the competition for the people. From here the real battle and the film begins wherein the two groups come together and stands at the same stage as ‘One’.


The film begins on a stunning note. The introduction piece is well shot which sets the mood. Apart from Varun and Shraddha’s entry, Nora’s entry will set your hearts on blaze in this chilly cold weather. The climax has enough drama and entertainment to keep its audience glued to their chairs. The film ends on a touching note with a montage of the SWAT (Sikh Welfare & Awareness Team) and their noble work in London.

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First published: 23 January 2020, 12:43 IST