Street Dancer 3D Review: Self Claim Critical Kamal Rashid Khan aka KRK has reviewed the film and described the film as a kind of torture.
Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor starrer film Street Dancer 3D is releasing at the box office on 24 January. Critical Kamal Rashid Khan (KRK) has reviewed the film and described the film as a kind of torture. KRK has made several tweets one after the other and in these tweets, he has expressed his anger for the film.
KRK wrote, “A 1-hour film has 30 minutes of songs and 30 minutes of cricket. Only Nora Fatehi is such an amazing person who looks amazing. Everything else is worth spitting.” KRK wrote that this film will end the career of veteran dance choreographer Remo D’Souza as a director forever. This is because his last film was Race 3, which when compared to it can be called Sholay.
Kamal Rashid Khan wrote in his next tweet, “Varun Dhawan called Prabhu Deva an old man and now he is dancing on the combat song to prove him wrong. Everything in this movie is air.” KRK has described this film as a Rajiv Gandhi Rozgar Yojana run for Remu D’Souza’s Changu Mangu. He has described Varun Dhawan as a junior artist in this film.
Kamal Rashid Khan wrote about the climax of the film – Shraddha Kapoor’s parents come from Pakistan who have come to know about her dance and now she will not be able to dance. The 2.5-hour high voltage torture is a street dancer. The audience will never be able to connect anywhere with this film. If this is a vest made for 125 crores, then it would be better to avoid this film.