Garmi Music review
T-Series’ musical dance drama, STREET DANCER 3D, commence promotions with a piping hot item number aptly titled ‘Garmi’. Featuring superstar Varun Dhawan and the sizzling hot Nora Fatehi, its an all out very typical Badshah (composed and penned) rap and hip hop number rendered by Badshah and Neha Kakkar.

The song showcases Nora in her truly sexy sporty avatar along with Varun looking cool in his casuals and is sure to set temperatures soaring amidst the prevailing cold wave conditions! 

Also read: Song Lyrics of Garmi from Street Dancer 3D


Muqabla Music Review
A. R. Rahman’s iconic ‘Muqabla’ , the super duper hit dance number that introduced Bollywood and North to the God of dancing, Prabhu Dheva, finds yet another remix (rather rearranged version).

And its Tanishk yet again doing the honours with Yash Naverkar and Parampara Thakur (trying to sound like Neha Kakkar) rendering the number. An eye filler, a one of experience as the God of dance Prabhu Dheva and his already immortalized dance steps take the song to another level, with Varun trying and doing well to match steps with the legend.


Also read: Song Lyrics of Muqabla from Street Dancer 3D

Illegal Weapon 2.0 Music Review
After scorching charts with ‘Garmi’, next up is Tanishk Bagchi composed Priya Saraiya penned ‘Illegal Weapon 2.0’ , rendered by Jasmine Sandlas and Garry Sandhu. A nice, rhythmic dance based number, featuring  lead actors Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor, set amidst the scenic backdrop of London with a visual of Tower Bridge.


A well choreographed number that traces the commencement of love-hate relationship between Varun and Shraddha and begins with  Shraddha deriding  Varun and challenges him not to compete with her. 

Also read: Song Lyrics of Illegal Weapon 2.0 from Street Dancer 3D

Dua Karo Music Review
Next up, ‘Dua Karo’, composed by Sachin-Jigar, is  a superb heart touching number that is in the same corridor and has a similar feel to that of Varun & Sachin-Jigar’s chartbusting BADLAPUR track, ‘Jee Karda’.

The rock based, highly emotional number has some superb guitars by the enigmatic Kalyan Barua, lovely poignant feel flute (Naveen Kumar), drums (Lindsey D’Mello) and Bass (Sheldon D’Silva).

Hats off to them and Arjit, Bohemia and the composers for making this song work its way into our hearts and to  Varun too who excels in the emotional scenes as well.

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