Street Dancer 3D: Film Review
As the name suggests, Street Dancer 3D is a dance based movie. The film is set up in England, though some scenes have also been shot in Punjab, India. The theme of the film is just dance and as usual, there was no scope for story. The film is a naught in almost everything except good dance.
The film is directed by Remo D’Souza, who is a choreographer himself and produced by his wife Lizelle D’Souza alongwith Bhushan Kumar of T-series. The story is conceptualized by Remo D’Souza and the film starring include Prabhu Deva, Noora Fatehi, Shraddha Kapoor and Varun Dhawan. Other cast includes the other dancers of Remo D’Souza with whom he has already made ABCD and ABCD-2. The music score is shared by many i.e. Sachin–Jigar, Tanishk Bagchi, Badshah, Guru Randhawa, Gurinder Seagal and Harsh Upadhyay. Some of the old songs like Muqabla, Lagdi Lahore di aa, Hindustani, mile sur mera tumhara etc have been recreated for the movie. But there is nothing worth mentioning.
The film rakes up the issue of illegal immigrants going from India to London and getting trapped there without food, shelter and money. On one side the film motivates people for taking up the social cause and on the other hand it reaffirms the need to dream big and try hard to achieve your aim. The film ends on a happy note. The USP (Unique Selling Point) of the movie is its dance in which Remo D’Souza is a shining star. The film has already made up 100+ crores of business against the budget of 70 crores. Its a one time watch for its dance moves.
Rating: 3 out of 5