First look of ABCD3 splashed across social media; are you impressed?

New Delhi: The first look of the most-awaited dance film of the year ‘ABCD3’, the prequel to the ‘ABCD’ franchise, is splashed all across the social media.

Featuring Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor together once again and in yet again a dance film is out to woo the viewers again with their magnetic-killer performance. The duo recently wrapped up the first schedule of the film in London, after which the makers dropped a look of Varun from the film on social media, which went viral in no time.

And now, on Tuesday, both Varun and Shraddha took to their respective Insta and Twitter handles to make their fans go crazy. Shraddha captioned the poster writing, “Dance like everyone’s watching.#StreetDancer3D, this November 8th.”

Varun, on the other hand, captioned the post, writing, “Mera Kaam hai jeet jeet jeet. Mera imaan hai jeet jeet jeet. Par saala haraam bhi hai jeet jeet jeet! #StreetDancer3D, this November 8th.”

He also shared Shraddha’s look from the film with a funny caption that read, “Coming to unite the streets. Back with my chirkut#StreetDancer3D bring your team cause I dance to win .”

Yesterday, Varun Dhawan also gave a peekaboo to his fans through this Instagram post:

Here’s a trailer into what to expect…


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#STREETDANCER3D why walk on the streets when you can dance on them. We dance to express not to impress #vdin3d

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The team of ‘ABCD 3’ is expected to fly to the United Kingdom on February 10, where the major chunk of the film will be shot.

‘ABCD 3’ will be directed by Remo D’Souza, who has helmed both ‘ABCD’ films and also directed critically-lambasted ‘Race 3’ starring Salman Khan. The film stars Shraddha Kapoor, Nora Fatehi, Sonam Bajwa, Shakti Mohan, Vartika Jha, Dharmesh Yelande, Punit Pathak and Raghav Juyal in key roles. The film will also feature Prabhu Deva.

‘ABCD 3’ is co-produced by T-Series honcho Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar and Lizelle D’Souza and will be shot in 3D and converted to 4DX later. It is touted as the biggest dance film ever in 3D.