Street Dancer 3D

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Street Dancer 3D
Street Dancer 3D poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byRemo D'Souza
Produced byBhushan Kumar
Divya Khosla Kumar
Krishan Kumar
Lizelle D'Souza
Written byScreenplay:
Jagdeep Sidhu
Tushar Hiranandani
Farhad Samji
Jagdeep Sidhu
Story byRemo D'Souza
StarringVarun Dhawan
Shraddha Kapoor
Prabhu Deva
Nora Fatehi
Music bySongs:
Tanishk Bagchi
Guru Randhawa
Gurinder Seagal
Harsh Upadhyay
CinematographyVijay Kumar Arora
Edited byManan Ajay Sagar
Remo D'Souza Entertainment
Distributed byAA Films
Release date
  • 24 January 2020 (2020-01-24)
Running time
141 minutes[1]
Budget70 crore[2]
Box office97 crore[3]

Street Dancer 3D is a 2020 Indian Hindi-language dance film directed by Remo D'Souza and produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar and Lizelle D'Souza under the banners of T-Series and R.D. Entertainment, based on a script by Tushar Hiranandani and Farhad Samji, with Jagdeep Sidhu providing the additional script. The film stars Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor, Prabhu Deva and Nora Fatehi in the lead roles, and is Fatehi’s first in a leading role. The music was composed by Sachin–Jigar, Tanishk Bagchi, Badshah, Guru Randhawa, Gurinder Seagal and Harsh Upadhyay, and released under the T-Series label.

Based in London, Street Dancer 3D explores the relationship between an Indian dance team and a rival Pakistani dance team, both of whom try to prove themselves better until they take part in Ground Zero, one of the biggest dance competitions for different wills.

Originally planned as a sequel to Disney's ABCD 2 (2015), the film was taken off the title due to Disney's exit from Indian film production, and was instead renamed to its current title after Bhushan Kumar took over as producer.[4] Filming commenced in February 2019 in Punjab, later moved to London and was wrapped up in July 2019. It was theatrically released in India on 24 January 2020.


During an intense performance act at the Ground Zero Battle in Lodnon, Inder Singh Narula, who heads a local crew named Street Dancer, falters while doing a flip stunt as he lands on his leg and injures it. After two years, he is healing, but cannot dance. His younger brother, Sahej, forms Street Dancer again and converts it into a studio through money whose sources he is hesitant about revealing. Poddy is one of Sahej's close friends, along with D and Sushi, who are all part of Street Dancer. While showing the dance studio to the Street Dancer team, they run into a Pakistani dancer Inayat and her team, the Rule Breakers, dance as well. Sahej and Inayat have always been at standstills against each other and they have a dance battle. The Rule Breakers beat Street Dancer, embarrassing Sahej in the process. Inayat's cousin, Zain, takes her home. Their family is very orthodox and Inayat lies about her dancing, hiding the truth from them.

Sahej visits the Royals, an all time, record-holding dance group that always wins the Ground Zero competition. His girlfriend, Mia is on the team, and she is an incredible dancer. They discuss on how irritated Sahej is by Inayat, and she calms him down. Mia trains the Street Dancer gang, giving them the spark they wanted. The two gangs meet up in a restaurant for a cricket match between India and Pakistan. India wins and this leads to a dance battle where Mia shows her moves. The police and the restaurant manager, Ram Prasad a.k.a. Anna control the fight. As they leave, Inayat sees some homeless people entering the restaurant from the back door. She follows them and meets Ram. He explains to her that these are illegal immigrants, and he feeds them food that isn't used. He takes her to an area where many illegal immigrants reside. He tells her that they can't go back to their home as they have no money. She gets emotional and begins to help them.

One day when Poddy reaches the dance studio, he sees Sahej being interrogated by the local cop Michael Donald, who himself has partial origins in both India and Pakistan. Sahej reveals that when he went to India for his cousin's marriage, he met Amrinder Mehrotra and his three other friends playing drum in the marriage. He was impressed by their talent. They request Sahej to take them to London which he denies. After they offer a huge amount of 4 million he agrees to take them to London. That's how he got the money to buy the dance studio. Poddy promises to not tell it to anyone.

The Ground Zero Battle returns. Inder asks Sahej to participate and win it. Inayat decides to participate so that they can use the money to help the illegal immigrants and Ram supports her. The two gangs meet and Ram says that if they become one they can easily win the competition. But both of them deny the offer. Sahej impresses the Royals with his dance at a nightclub. He, D, Poddy and Sushi are selected for the Royals. The two gangs meet in the restaurant again. They have an argument, which ends up with Ram dancing, showcasing his ability to Sahej, who, blinded by his ego, turns down the opportunity. Poddy is in a relationship with Alisha, a girl from Inayat's gang. He realises that Inayat's gang are participating in the Ground Zero Battle so that they can retrieve them the prize money which is a hundred thousand pounds to help illegal immigrants and tells Sahej about it at the Royals dance studio. Sahej does not believe Poddy and a fight ensues between the both of them. This causes Poddy to leave the Royals and he decides to join the Rule Breakers. Inayat accepts Poddy into the team and other members of the Street Dancer team also feel left out as Sahej spends his time with the Royals.

The first round of the competition is easily surpassed by both the Royals and the Rule Breakers. As Sahej, D and Shushi gets into a bus, they run into Amrinder, who tells Sahej that after he dropped them off, they went to a hostel. Over there, all illegal immigrants were staying and they were chased by the police. Leaving his identity as a Sikh and his passport, he and the three Punjabi drummers joined the homeless people. Inayat's gang were dancing to help them. He asks Sahej for help but he leaves saying he does not know him.

Both teams surpass the quarter finals and enter into semi-finals. Later, the Royals and Sahej are walking in London. They run into the drummers where the leader of the Royals, Marc, accidentally breaks his drums. After seeing them, Sahej feels guilty of his deeds. In the semi-final round, Sahej leaves the Royals and helps Inayat's gang win the round. He then quits the Royals, breaking Mia's heart, and forms Street Dancer again.

Many practices occur, and then Inayat's family finds out about her dancing actions. They ban her from dancing, shocking the team. Sahej and Zain go to her house, and convince her family to let her dance. A relationship blossoms between Sahej and Inayat as they prepare for the final round of the Ground Zero Battle. The Royals perform and amazes the crowd. Street Dancer performs and in the middle of their dance, a member of the Royals take off the music. The host tells them that if there is no music, they cannot dance. Amrinder then uses his drums with his friends to make music for them to dance to. Marc finds out that his team member took off the music and he asks to puts it back in, since he did not want to cheat. At the end of their dance, Sahej does the flip stunt, which got his brother injured, flawlessly. Making his brother and his country proud, Sahej gets Street Dancer to defeat the Royals and wins the competition, also earning the Royals’ respect. In the end, Sahej and Inayat begin a relationship as they help the immigrants.

Scenes during the credits reveal that Amrinder reached his home, while the rest of the drummers gained legal citizenship of the UK. The film cites S.W.A.T., a NGO working in the UK as its inspiration.


  • Varun Dhawan as Sahej Singh Narula, an aspiring dancer who follows his brother's footsteps. He is the leader of Street Dancer, but after their separation, temporarily becomes a member of the Royals. He joins Rule Breakers afterwards and names the whole team, Street Dancers
  • Shraddha Kapoor as Inayat Naazi, a Pakistani dancer who dances in secret to avoid her conservative family finding out.
  • Prabhu Deva as Ram Prasad a.k.a. Anna, a restaurant manager who secretly is a skilled dancer and also feeds the homeless.
  • Aparshakti Khurana as Amrinder Mehrotra, a talented drummer from India who lives a miserable life as a homeless illegal immigrant in London.
  • Nora Fatehi as Mia, Sahej's girlfriend and the only Indian member of the Royals prior to Sahej, D, and Sushi joining.
  • Punit Pathak as Inder Singh Narula, Sahej's brother who was a member of Street Dancer, but injured his knee during a Ground Zero Battle 2 years prior.
  • Salman Yusuff Khan as Zain, Inayat's cousin.
  • Raghav Juyal as Poddy, Sahej's closest friend.
  • Dharmesh Yelande as D, Sahej's close friend. After a few years of breaking down of Street Dancers, he took up a job in an antique store.
  • Sushant Pujari as Sushi, Sahej's close friend.
  • Sonam Bajwa as Pammi
  • Vartika Jha as Samaira
  • Murli Sharma as UK Cop Michael Donald, a Pakistani-Indian cop who made sure that Street Dancer and Rule Breakers did not fight at Anna's restaurant
  • 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, a Rule Breaker gang member, who used to hate Sahej, but after he joined them they started being friends.
  • Sushant Khatri as Chotu, a waiter at Anna's restaurant who is secretly a dancer, and Anna's assistant with feeding the homeless. He also becomes the second-in-command of the Rule Breakers when Anna takes over.
  • Keshav KV Tutter as KV
  • Pravin Bhosle as Pravin
  • Shyraa Roy as Roxen
  • 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, the leader of the Royals and a ruthless, selfish man.
  • Caroline Wilde as Alisha
  • Adriano Gal as Alex
  • Jai Hickling as Jai
  • Jesus Soria Antolin as Bboy
  • Raj Gohil as Inayat's elder brother, a man who is also conservative, like his younger brother, but allows Inayat to dance at the Ground Zero finals.


The first schedule of the film was shot in Punjab with Dhawan, Bajwa and Khurana.[5] Later, the second schedule took place in London with the rest of the team including Kapoor and Fatehi.[6] Katrina Kaif was original choice for lead role, but she opted out, and much later, Kapoor joined the cast.[7] During the May schedule of shooting, she suffered a muscle spasm.[8] The film was wrapped up on 26 July 2019.

Marketing and release

A first look poster of Dhawan in the film was unveiled on 27 May, with the release date. In the poster, it was shown that film to be released on 24 January 2020.[9]


Street Dancer 3D
Soundtrack album by
Sachin–Jigar, Tanishk Bagchi, Badshah, Guru Randhawa, Gurinder Seagal and Harsh Upadhyay
Released13 February 2020[10]
GenreFeature film soundtrack
External audio
audio icon Official Audio Jukebox on YouTube

The film's music was composed by Sachin–Jigar, Tanishk Bagchi, Badshah, Guru Randhawa, Gurinder Seagal and Harsh Upadhyay while lyrics written by Kumaar, Priya Saraiya, Guru Randhawa, Badshah, Jigar Saraiya, Tanishk Bagchi, Vayu, IP Singh, Bhargav Purohit, Kunaal Vermaa, Garry Sandhu, Shabbir Ahmed, Sameer Anjaan, Millind Gaba and Asli Gold.

The song "Muqabla" from the film Kadhalan, which was dubbed in Hindi as Humse Hai Muqabla, was originally composed by A. R. Rahman, lyrics by Vaali in Tamil and P.K. Mishra in Hindi and sung by Mano and Swarnalatha, and then was recreated by Tanishk Bagchi. A version of the song was initially used to promote ABCD: Any Body Can Dance.[11][12]

The third song "Illegal Weapon 2.0" is a remake of the Punjabi single "Illegal Weapon" featuring Jasmine Sandlas and Garry Sandhu, which was recreated by Bagchi.[13][14]

The fifth song Lagdi Lahore Di is a remake of Guru Randhawa's most viewed song "Lahore", recreated by Randhawa himself in collaboration with Sachin-Jigar.

The sixth song "Hindustani" is a remake of the song "Suno Gaur Se Duniya Walo" originally composed by Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy, lyrics by Sameer Anjaan and sung by Shankar Mahadevan, Udit Narayan, Mahalakshmi Iyer, Domnique, and recreated by Harsh Upadhyay.[15]

The seventh song Bezubaan Kab Se is a remake of the song "Bezubaan" from ABCD: Any Body Can Dance, which was held by Sony Music India. After the purchase of the rights, lyrics of the remake were written by Jigar Saraiya, one-half of composer duo Sachin-Jigar, who also composed the original, which had lyrics by Mayur Puri.

The eleventh song Sip Sip 2.0, a promotional song, is a remake of the Punjabi single "Sip Sip", which was recreated by Bagchi.

The final song, Mile Sur, is a rehash of the popular song of the same name promoting national integration in India and broadcast regularly on National Feast Days, and originally composed by Ashok Patki with Piyush Pandey writing the original Hindi lyrics. Composed by Sachin-Jigar, the rehash version had lyrics written by Saraiya in collaboration with Vayu and IP Singh.

Track listing
1."Muqabla"Shabbir Ahmed, Tanishk BagchiTanishk BagchiYash Narvekar, Parampara Thakur2:56
2."Garmi"BadshahBadshahBadshah, Neha Kakkar3:02
3."Illegal Weapon 2.0"Priya SaraiyaTanishk BagchiJasmine Sandlas, Garry Sandhu3:08
4."Dua Karo"Priya SaraiyaSachin-JigarArijit Singh, Bohemia, Sachin-Jigar4:29
5."Lagdi Lahore Di"Guru RandhawaSachin-Jigar, Guru RandhawaGuru Randhawa, Tulsi Kumar3:35
6."Hindustani"Sameer AnjaanHarsh UpadhyayShankar Mahadevan, Udit Narayan2:26
7."Bezubaan Kab Se"Jigar SaraiyaSachin-JigarSiddharth Basrur, Jubin Nautiyal, Sachin-Jigar4:31
8."Pind"Kunaal VermaaGurinder SeagalGurinder Seagal5:36
9."Nachi Nachi"Millind Gaba, Asli GoldSachin-JigarNeeti Mohan, Dhvani Bhanushali, Millind Gaba3:19
10."Gann Deva"Bhargav PurohitSachin-JigarDivya Kumar, Sachin-Jigar4:01
11."Sip Sip 2.0"Garry Sandhu, KumaarTanishk BagchiGarry Sandhu, Jasmine Sandlas3:39
12."Mile Sur"Jigar Saraiya, Vayu, IP SinghSachin-JigarNavraj Hans, Shalmali Kholgade, Divya Kumar, Vayu, Shashwat Singh, IP Singh, Rakesh Maini5:53
Total length:46:35

Box office

Street Dancer 3D earned 9.50 crore at the domestic box office on its opening day. On the second day, the film collected 12.50 crore. On the third day, the film collected 17.00 crore, taking total opening weekend collection to 39 crore.[16]

As of 28 February 2020, with a gross of 81.29 crore in India and 15.71 crore overseas, the film has a worldwide gross collection of 97 crore.[16]


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