Varun Dhawan’s Street Dancer 3D Talks About Evolution Of Dance Ever Since ABCD 2 Released

With Remo D’Souza’s Street Dancer 3D hitting the silver screen on January 24, 2020, lead actor Varun Dhawan affirms of the flick taking dance to another level in the audience’s perspective. The actor also revealed that the dance in the film is not the one today’s young generation believes in doing

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Varun Dhawan’s Street Dancer 3D Talks About Evolution Of Dance Ever Since ABCD 2 Released
With Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor’s upcoming flick Street Dancer 3D inching closer to its release, the stars are promoting the movie day in and day out on various platforms. In an interaction with a leading publication, Bombay Times the actor was heard speaking about the level of dance and hard work and sweat that goes behind it. According to news published in the said publication, the actor has spoken about taking the cinematic world a notch higher when it comes to a dance flick.

In conversation with the publication, the ABCD 2 actor mentioned how dance has evolved and how dance is perceived by the audience after the release of their movie ABCD 2 in 2015. Further adding he also mentioned of this flick going a notch higher and the dancing aspect in Street Dancer 3D not being closer to what today’s generation is displaying. He was quoted saying, “Yes, there has been an evolution in the dance space ever since 'ABCD 2' (2015) released. There are groups from India that have won world tournaments and international recognition. The dance that actors are doing in our movies today is not what the young generation is doing. Their level of dance is way higher.” ALSO READ: Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah: Varun Dhawan And Shraddha Kapoor Reach Gokuldham To Promote Street Dancer 3D

He also mentioned having a hard time as he tried to get into the groove with the other dancers, who were roped in for the movie. Revealing further Varun added the film not being easy at all crediting it to choreographer-director Remo D’Souza and producer Bhushan Kumar for making it happen.
He was quoted saying, “I had a tough time keeping pace and matching up with the rest of them. To make a film like this is also not easy, I give it to Bhushan Kumar (producer) for backing a project like this and our director Remo D’Souza for the discipline he instilled in all of us. This film will take dance to another level in our cinema and here, the dance sequences are not the kind where a blower is making the hair fly and people are dancing. It’s raw and real.” ALSO READ: Street Dancer 3D Song Lagdi Lahore Di: Varun Dhawan-Shraddha’s Sizzling Chemistry, Nora Fatehi’s Sexy Moves Are Sure To Captivate You

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