Street Dancer 3D 2020 movie Review
Street Dancer 3D (2020) Movie Details:-
|Movie:-||Street Dancer 3D (2020)|
|Directed by:-||Remo D'Souza|
|Produced by:-||Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Lizelle D'Souza|
|Written by:-||Farhad Samji, Jagdeep Sidhu|
|Screenplay by:-||Tushar Hiranandani, Jagdeep Sidhu|
|Story by:-||Remo D'Souza|
|Starring:-||Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor, Prabhu Deva, Nora Fatehi|
|Music by:-||Songs: Sachin–Jigar, Tanishk Bagchi, Badshah, Guru Randhawa, Gurinder Seagal, Harsh Upadhyay|
|Cinematography:-||Vijay Kumar Arora|
|Edited by:-||Manan Ajay Sagar|
|Production company :-||T-Series, Remo D'Souza Entertainment|
|Release date:-||24 January 2020|
Street Dancer 3D 2020 movie at the very beginning I was really worried that they were gonna take this India vs Pakistan approach throughout this film but no! thanks to Varun and Prabhudeva’s impressive motivational speeches, it doesn’t happen instead it takes a deep dive into totally different concept which kind of doesn’t fit in there but still brings a lot of emotions and wider scope to the story overall. This film is 70% dance and 30% of normal drama and a very long movie almost two and a half hours so we are gonna get more than enough of both of them which I would say is fantastically balanced. The dance in this film is just phenomenal, for the fact that all of it was shot in London it’ intensely bright and colorful and crazy innovative in majority of the scenes. London is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and for all the outdoor scenes, the city and its people’s elegance and charm was perfectly utilized and perfectly combined that makes it so stunning to watch.
The film’s story is plain and simple nothing groundbreaking in there but what matters in movies like this is the presentation and the film’s dance scenes are so visually bright and engaging that I’ve never seen in a Bollywood movie before. it’s fast paced it’s visually grand and extremely innovative. Now for me the main reason for this visually epic stunner is Nora now believe it or not Nora is carrying 50% of this film dance on her own shoulders and she doesn’t disappoint she has no expressions at all which I believe is fine given the type of dance she is doing but she’s a very strong and charming personality which is fantastically backed up by charismatic and stylish dancing skills which add even more impact, more value and more weight to the film. And also, she is very pretty. I’d go as far as saying that he directed her so good that without Nora, this film is just a regular dance film which could be a do or die. The way she did that is because she’s a professional dancer she’s not an actress, she’s a dancer and I’m really surprised as to how the makers of this film have managed to sideline all the original dancers to make room for Varun and Shraddha. They are the foundation of this film series and their job description in this film includes making not so funny jokes, dancing behind actors and giving pep talks every 15 minutes and absolutely hated that, dance their life, it’s what that has made them who they are and the main reason why the original film was such a big success is because of their skills and their journey from dance india dance years ago.
This film is like the bollywood remix of the old songs, they add a little modernization and its a hit and thats what has happened to the original, a remake. They are all underutilized to the minimum possible level and thats not fair at all. And I thought the same thing was gonna happen to Prabhudeva but they picked him up right in the third act which i believe made perfect sense to introduce him. Even after more than 20 years, he’s still legendary. He doesn’t even age! He looks the same he looked 20 years ago. And I’m very happy to see that there is a lot of Prabhudeva special in this movie, even more than the original one. You’e gonna love it. There are plenty of song from highly rated fan favorite artists, There are raps for fast paced and energetic performances and there are contemporary and dramatic songs for breaking down the love and emotions among the characters. Its a really awesome soundtrack tailor made in detail for this beautiful film what’s dance without music and what’s music without dance right? they go both hand-in-hand and when both music and dance are equally good something like street dancer is born. Varun and Shraddha have done a decent job but they’re just everywhere in this film which should not happen in an ensemble cast movie.
The illegal immigrant situation is 100% real and I’m really happy the way they connected all of it with Varun taking money from them to set up the studio to Prabhudeva feeding them and finally all of them fighting together for them.. Brilliant! it was a really beautiful concept and very well executed. For executing scenes like that which require a lot of emotions and facial acting you definitely require a performer like a Aparshakti Khurana. I mean that guy is a genuine actor and nailed all the emotional scenes to the best they possibly could be. The scene where he had to remove his Pagdi to cut off his hair so that no one can recognize him, I mean that was a real emotional scene and I would say there’s Varun played a really strong supporting character during all those sequences. In the end it was a very entertaining film with a very happy and emotional ending, I would give it a solid four out of five, one star less for making all the professional dancers from the original film look like clowns. So that’s all for me guys, if you liked this video hit that like button hit that subscribe button and we can be friends until one of us dies.
Street Dancer 3D 2020 Indian Hindi dance drama film. The film directed by Remo D’Souza and It produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar and Lizelle D’Souza. Street Dancer 3D movie stars Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor, Prabhu Deva and Nora Fatehi. Film music is composed by Sachin–Jigar, Tanishk Bagchi, Badshah, Guru Randhawa, Gurinder Seagal and Harsh Upadhyay, and released under T-Series. The story explores a dance competition between some Indian and Pakistani dancers. Filming commenced in February 2019 in Punjab then later moved to London. It released in India on 24 January 2020.
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10. “Gann Deva”
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Varun Dhawan as Sahej Singh Narula,
Shraddha Kapoor as Inayat Naazi,
Prabhu Deva as Anna (real name Ram Prasad)
Aparshakti Khurana as Amrinder Mehrotra
Nora Fatehi as Mia
Punit Pathak as Inder Singh Narula
Salman Yusuff Khan as Zain, Inayat’s cousin.
Raghav Juyal as Poddy, Sahej’s closest friend.
Dharmesh Yelande as D, Sahej’s close friend.
Sushant Pujari as Sushi, Sahej’s close friend.
Sonam Bajwa as Pammi
Vartika Jha as Samaira
Murli Sharma as UK Cop Michael Donald
Upasana Singh as Pammi’s mother
Zarina Wahab as Amrinder’s mother
Umair Asanti Khalil as Faris Inayat
Manoj Pahwa as Chhabra
Pavan Rao as Fahad
Sushant Khatri as Chotu
Keshav KV Tutter as KV
Pravin Bhosle as Pravin
Shashank Dogra as Aamir
Nivedita Sharma as Nivi
Bhusan as Tofique Khan
Prashant Shinde as Sam
Bhupendra Singh as Omar
Pravin Shinde as Naussef
Sheetal Perry as Perry
Vinay Khandelwal as Faiz
Chandani Shrivastava as Chandani
Francis Roughly as Marc
Caroline Wilde as Alisha
Adriano Gal as Alex
Jai Hickling as Jai
Jesus Soria Antolin as Bboy
Raj Gohil as Inayat’s elder brother