Not ‘ABCD 3’ … it is the name of Shraddha and Varun’s dance film

Shraddha and Varun’s poster has also been released simultaneously.
Not 'ABCD 3' ... it is the name of Shraddha and Varun's dance film

Remo D’Souza’s film starring Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor has been named Gaya. It will be called ‘Street Dancer’. Earlier it was called ‘ABCD 3’. Two posters of the film have been released along with it. One has Varun Dhawan and the other has Shraddha Kapoor. The poster states that the film will be released in 3D. Its release date is set for November 8.

Shraddha Kapoor had earlier played the role of a Kashmiri girl in the film ‘Haider’, for which she was highly acclaimed. Now Shraddha is again in the role of a Muslim girl and she lives in Pakistan. It is said that for the first time in Shraddha’s film career, she will be seen playing the role of a dancer in the role of a Pakistani citizen. Shraddha will be seen entertaining the audience with Varun Dhawan in this dance film of Remo D’Souza.

Please be informed that the shooting of this film has started ten days ago. The entire team is in Amritsar, Punjab. After that there is also a schedule in London. Also in this picture are Nora Fatehi, Sonam Bajwa. It is being produced by Bhushan Kumar.

Earlier, she was seen competing for an Indian dance troupe in ‘ABCD 2’. Varun Dhawan is playing the role of an Indian dancer in the new film, so it will be interesting to see Varun and Shraddha competing against each other in this film.

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Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor will be seen sharing screen space once again in this movie after their last superhit movie “ABCD 2”. Following the success of ‘Wife’, Shraddha’s upcoming films ‘Saho’, ‘Chishore’, ‘Saina’ and ‘Street Dancer’ are all set to release in 2019.

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