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Street Dancer 3D, the third in the ABCD line, it sets up all street dancers, many of whom find themselves lost, unemployed and worst of all without hope, homeless and hungry, to win a dance competition. Here is our Review on the Street Dancer 3D.
Review of Street Dancer 3D:
STREET DANCER 3D begins on a stunning note not to do the stunts in home or any other because in the movie that are performed under the guidance and safty. The introduction piece is well shot and thought of an instantly sets the mood. The introduction of Inayat is quite fun while Nora’s entry will surely rise the temperatures in this cold weather. Nothing much then happens till a point. It’s only when Sahej narrates his Punjab experience to Poddy (Raghav Juyal) that the interest lifts again. The intermission comes at a fine juncture. Before the interval, the film drops but a sensual plot is added when Sahej breaks off from Street Dancers. The immigration bit is touching but logically affects some impact. But the film has lot more to impress. The semi-final sequence is sure to be greeted with claps and whistles. The climax has too much drama and entertainment to grab the viewers attention. The film ends on a touching note with a montage of the SWAT (Sikh Welfare & Awareness Team) and their noble work in London.
Performance scores of the Actors:
Talking of performances, Varun Dhawan as always is quite entertaining and has a terrific screen presence. And he looks dashing. Shockingly, in comparison to Shraddha Kapoor and Nora Fatehi, he pales when it comes to dance. Shraddha Kapoor looks like a million bucks and is a treat to watch. Her screen time is a bit limited however in the second half. Also, one wished to see some sort of romance between the two as that would have made their fans happy. Nora Fatehi has a very small role but it’s very crucial and it’s bigger than her part in BATLA HOUSE. She is smoking hot and her entry scene is the best out of all actors! Aparshakti Khurana is great and makes sure that he doesn’t go overboard.
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Prabhudheva is effortless. His dance part appears late but once it does, it takes the film to a high! Punit J Pathak is memorable. The rest of the actors playing the role of dancers like Salman Yusuff Khan, Raghav Juyal, Dharmesh Yelonde (D), Sushant Pujari (Shushi), Caroline Wilde (Alisha) etc. are also doing well. The rest of them are also quite good and dance well but don’t get registered much. Francis Roughly is fine in a sort of villainous role. Zarina Wahab (Amarinder’s mother), Murli Sharma and Manoj Pahwa (Chabda) are passable.
Casting, Screenplay, Directors, Budget, Box office collection, Review of Street Dancer 3D:
|Directed by||Remo D’Souza|
|Produced by||Bhushan Kumar
|Screenplay by||Tushar Hiranandani
|Story by||Remo D’Souza|
|Cinematography||Vijay Kumar Arora|
|Edited by||Manan Ajay Sagar|
Remo D’Souza Entertainment
|Distributed by||AA Films|
|Release date||24 January 2020|
|Running time||141 minutes|
|Box office||97 crores|