Street Dancer 3D
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A 2020 Hindi dance movie titled Street Dancer 3D was created by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, and Lizelle D'Souza under the T-Series and R.D. Entertainment labels. It was directed by Remo D'Souza. Along with other notable artists like Raghav Juyal, Punit Pathak, Upasana Singh, Salman Yusuff Khan, Dharmesh Yelande, and Aparshakti Khurana, the movie also has Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor, Prabhu Deva, and Nora Fatehi in crucial parts.
Based in London, Street Dancer 3D examines the dispute between an Indian dance team and a competing Pakistani dance team, whose participants attempt to establish their superiority until they compete in Ground Zero, one of the largest dance competitions. For reasons of different wills, they enter the competition, but under difficult circumstances and in the wake of painful memories, they come together to win.
After his sibling, the previous leader, suffers a knee injury during a dance contest called Ground Zero, Sahej Singh Narula takes over as the group's leader. Street Dancer is an Indian hip-hop group with members in London. Two years following his brother's accident, Sahej buys a dance studio, but he keeps the money's source a secret. The Rule Breakers, an opposition Pakistani hip-hop group led by Inayat Naazi, confront Street Dancer. Inayat keeps her hip-hop way of life a secret from her traditional Muslim family. Due to their overdone style, Street Dancer loses against the Rule Breakers. At Ram Prasad's restaurant, the opposing teams watch an India vs. Pakistan cricket match. A food battle results from escalating tensions. Given that she performs for the Royals, a British dance company that is the current winner of the Ground Zero competition, Sahej begs his partner to coach Street Dancer. At Ram's restaurant, Street Dancer and the Rule Breakers watch the India vs. Pakistan championship game. The upgraded Street Dancer triumphs in a dancing competition as the tensions rise.
After the dance competition, Inayat learns that Ram feeds illegal immigrants who are destitute with leftovers from his restaurant. Ram demonstrates to Inayat how the homeless from many origins work together to survive, in contrast to the rich dance teams who compete against one another according to nationality, wasting food. It is revealed that Sahej was under pressure to smuggle a group of dhol musicians into England illegally while visiting a cousin's wedding in India. The crucial moment was when the dubious agent for the dhol players gave Sahej 40 lakh rupees, which he then used to purchase Street Dancer's studio.
In order to receive the 100,000 pound top prize and help the undocumented immigrants return to their home countries, Inayat urges the Rule Breakers to win Ground Zero. For his brother, Sahej wants to conquer Ground Zero. Ram claims that a team-up between Street Dancer and the Rule Breakers would be invincible, but the teams reject the idea. Sahej and three Street Dancer members are enlisted into the Royals during a dancing competition at a bar. Sahej, who is getting cockier by the minute, tells the Rule Breakers at Ram's restaurant that he is invincible as a Royal. Ram responds by revealing that he is a dance expert and is leading the Rule Breakers.
A few of the dhol players Sahej assisted in bringing to England run into him after round one at Ground Zero. The dhol player confesses that his gang is currently battling as homeless illegal immigrants unable to go back to India because their agent defrauded them. He begs Sahej for assistance, but Sahej shirks his duty and abandons him. The team disrespects the homeless dhol players they met on the street after the Royals' semi-final match. Finally acknowledging the results of his actions, Sahej recognises how Inayat's initiatives can benefit the dhol musicians he offended. Sahej gives in to his remorse and rebels against the Royals when the Rule Breakers are on the verge of being eliminated.
When Inayat's conservative family learns she can dance, they ban her from entering the competition. Sahej persuades them, however, that despite the fact that Inayat's hip-hop lifestyle conflicts with her religious beliefs, the good she does for society via her dancing is both god-serving and ethically upright. The two teams compete under the name Street Dancer, and her father permits her to perform in the championship round. A Royals member turns off the music as Street Dancer is performing. Street Dancer is on the verge of losing to the Royals, but live music is provided by the dhol players. Street Dancer triumphs in the competition and gets the Royals' esteem. They send homeless illegal immigrants, including dhol players, home using the prize money.
|Music By||Sachin-Jigar, Tanishk Bagchi, Badshah, Guru Randhawa|
|Production Company||T-Series, Remo D'Souza Entertainment|
|Start Date||24 Jan 2020|
|Content Location||Punjab and London|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Producer||Bhushan Kumar, Divya Khosla Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Lizelle D'Souza|
|Name||Street Dancer 3D|
|Street Dancer 3D Character names||Street Dancer 3D Actors real names|
|Sahej Singh Narula||Varun Dhawan|
|Inayat Naazi||Shraddha Kapoor|
|Ram Prasad/Anna||Prabhu Deva|