Artists: Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor, Nora Fatehi, Prabhudheva, Aparshakti Khurana
Director: Remo d'souza
Movie type: Drama
Duration: 2 hours 35 minutes

Remo D'Souza's 'Street Dancer 3D' will not be wrong if it is called visual treat of dance. We have not seen such choreography and amazing dance steps till now in Bollywood movies, but if Remo worked tirelessly on the craft of dance, if he did on the story, it could become a unique dance movie of Hindi cinema.

The story is London based. Where Sahaj (Varun Dhawan) and Inayat (Shraddha Kapoor) have their own dance groups. The dance group of Pakistani grace is named Rule Breakers, while Sahaja is the doer of the group called Street Dancer. These two groups are strong rivals of each other and do not let any chance to degrade each other. On the other hand, there is a very expert dance group 'Right Royal' in London, all of whom are number one dancers and in the same group are Sahaj's girlfriend (Nora Fatehi). When these groups come to know that there is going to be the largest dance competition in the world, they all want to win it for their own purpose at any cost. Actually the prize money of that dance competition is very high. Inayat wants to send back the people of Indo-Pakistan living in miserable state with that money, while Sahaj wants to win this competition and fulfill his brother's dream. The nightclub's owner Anna (Prabhudeva) wants Sahaj and Grace to participate in this dance competition as a team.

There is no doubt that director Remo D'Souza's film is miles ahead of his previous dance oriented film 'ABCD 2' in terms of dance. Here he has succeeded in taking the dance to a different level. He has beautifully danced all dance forms like pop, jazz, contemporary, afro, licking and popping. Dance lovers will enjoy the film moment by moment, but the story of the film fails to make its relation with the audience. The film is in 3D and barring dance sequences, 3D effects are not justified in the film.
The film covers many issues such as family, patriotism, social service, charity, India-Pakistan, dance, rivalry and none of them have emerged strongly. Many of the film's dialogues seem superficial. Vijay Kumar Arora has a point in cinematography, but the length of the film is slightly missed. Being a dance-based film, a lot of dance items have been kept, which creates a block in the story. In terms of music too, the film is ahead. You do not live without being fascinated to see Prabhudeva dancing in the combat remix.

In Sahaj's role, Varun's honest performance is clearly visible on the screen. Her hard work is also reflected in the dance, while Shraddha has also done justice to her role and she has not proved to be nineteen in the dance steps. Nora Fatehi may have got less screen space, but she kills her dance number. Prabhudeva's role is also small, but her dance number 'Muqabala' is worth total money.
Aparshakti Khurana has been effective in her role. From dancers to actors, Punit Pathak, Dharmesh, Salman Yusuf, Raghav etc. have done a good job. They are worth seeing in the Climax dance competition.

Why to Watch:
Dance fans can definitely enjoy this film.
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