The trailer of Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor and Nora Fatehi starrer Street Dancer 3D was dropped yesterday by the makers and it instantly became the top trend on all social media platforms. The audience loved the dance moves of the lead stars and praised the new version of Muqabla, which was picturised on Prabhudheva. Though you will be surprised to know that even Varun and Shraddha were part of this song and their scenes got removed in the final cut. While talking to Mumbai Mirror, director Remo D'Souza revealed, “Varun and Shraddha begged to be a part of it. We shot for one step with them, but even that didn’t make the final cut.”
Nora Fatehi, who impressed us with her sexy moves in songs like Saki Saki, Pyaar Do, Kamariya and Dilbar, revealed that she was never approached for the film and it was her childhood dream to star in this kind of film. “During the music video shoot of ‘Baby Marwake Maanegi’, which Remo sir was directing, I had decided that I’d ask
him to cast me in his next dance film. I even practised in front of the mirror, but couldn’t gather courage. On the third day, I went up to him, blabbered to please cast me in his next and just ran away,” said Nora Fatehi.
Talking about "Street Dancer 3D", which highlights India-Pakistan issues through the scope of dance and music, Varun said: "When this film was offered to me, Remo D'Souza and (screenwriter) Tushar (Hiranandani) made me watch a documentary on Khalsa Aid, which helps people on Humanitarian grounds with food and shelter, without caste, color or creed biases. So, I would definitely say our film is (made) out of peace and humanity. We have people from India, Nepal and Morocco. We have people from all religions coming together and working on giving a peaceful message. Dance can also be used for peace."
Street Dancer 3D is set to hit the screens on January 24 and will clash with Kangana Ranaut's Panga at the box office.
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