Are you one of those who love dance reality shows? Do you like the drama and the pseudo adrenaline rush you get when they declare the result? Do you appreciate the comments of the judges that are full of moral lectures? Then Remo D’Souza’s third dance film Street Dancer 3D is made just for you.
Street Dancer 3D, starring Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead roles, is one big fat dance performance at a huge reality show, which has a story thrown in somewhere there. The film also stars some of the biggest names of Indian dance scene like Puneet Pathak, Dharmesh Yelande and Raghav Juyal, among others (Do these, plus Remo D’Souza, remind you of a popular dance show which is currently airing on TV? No marks for guessing the answer).
So the story, which is credited to the director and choreographer of the film, revolves around two dance groups in London. One group, comprising NRIs, is led by Sahej (Varun Dhawan) and the other with Pakistani teammates is headed by Inayat (Shraddha Kapoor). Both the groups are always at loggerheads and never miss a chance to humiliate each other at the dance battles. If there are India and Pakistan, then there are British as well, and yes some cricket.