MUQABLA From STREET DANCER 3D: Prabhu Deva And Varun Dhavan Brings Nostalgia Back

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MUQABLA From STREET DANCER 3D: Prabhu Deva And Varun Dhavan Brings Nostalgia Back
MUQABLA From STREET DANCER 3D: Prabhu Deva And Varun Dhavan Brings Nostalgia Back

Remo D’Souza just released the remix of popular chartbuster ‘Muqabla’ from Tamil movie Kadhalan (1994) for his upcoming film Street Dance 3D. The song is making huge on the internet ever since it dropped. The song features Prabhudeva who is grooving with Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor. 

According to the information to get the cool twist with choreography by Rahul Shetty the song was initially suggested by the Varun Dhawan. However, Varun was initially not in the song but later he roped up. 

‘Muqabla’ is produced by Bhushan Kumar and Liselle D Souza.

A daily quoted Remo as saying, “There was always a song for Prabhudeva for whichever film I do. This time we were thinking of which song to do when Varun told me that Muqabla is with Bhushanji. I asked him how he knew so he said Bhushanji has the music rights of Prabhudeva’s two songs – Urvashi Rautela and ‘Muqabla’ for music videos and Varun’s requested Bhushanji not to use ‘Muqabla’ and instead give the song rights to us for Street Dancer 3D. That’s how we got the song and once I got it because it’s a remix, an iconic song composed by the legendary AR Rahman Saab so it has to be done very aesthetically.”

The director also informed that they have kept the same music, the same choreography and the same costumes as the old song. The director also said that the song is a tribute from his side.

Varun Dhawan also praised Prabhu Deva for making this song once again.

According to Bhushan Kumar ‘Muqabla’ is an iconic song and it is overwhelming that Prabhu Deva is making it. The audience has already welcomed the song with open hands. 

Directed by Remo D’Souza, the film is set to hit the theaters on  24 January 2020.


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