No doubt, we could never compete or beat with Hollywood's Step Up series, but Street Dancer 3D seemed to be at par with any American dance films. Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor starrer film directed by Remo D'Souza was a fab affair with the audience. An exceptional storyline combined with dance performances resulting in a social message gave all the jitters to the audiences.
Though this week, Kangna Ranaut starrer Panga is taking the lead, however, Street Dancer 3D has all the entertainment aspects that one wants in cinema. The lead actors Varun and Shraddha's chemistry on the screen was evident and their grooves to the music was also well synchronized. The plus point being the inclusion of real life dancers like Raghav Juyal, Dharmesh Yelande, Nora Fatehi and many other splendid dancers who were the real stars of the film. Especially, the significant dance segment for Indian Michael Jackson, Prabhu Deva on Muqabla track was much awaited by all and all the nostalgic nerves.
Aparshakti Khurrana's role in the film was also significant as it held the story's base. The film focused on a very inspiring social cause that is a real thing in UK, namely S.W.A.T that helps the needy illegal immigrants in the streets in every possible. It was a tribute to the team with the special addition of electric dance performances. Every actor had a very strong role to portray in the film with the last tribute to our nation with great performances with laser, water, lights and every other experiment which was beautiful specifically in 3D screen.
Film's music also well synchronized with the dance numbers in Street Dancer 3D. Music directors Tanishk Bagchi, Guru Randhawa, Sachin-Jigar and Badshah put in the life in the film. While tracks like Illegal Weapon 2.0 and Bezubaan were powerful remakes in the film, Arijit Singh's Dua Karo track also stirred emotions in the audiences. Bohemia fans could also find the new rap with Varun Dhawan's and Punit Pathak dance number was a treat to the eyes. Though IMDb rating for the film is 3/10 but seeing this kind of special effects film in 3D being created in India deserves atleast 8/10 in The Show Time's personal opinion.