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Prabhu Deva to recreate ‘Muqabala Muqabala’ for Varun Dhawan-Shraddha Kapoor’s ‘Street Dancer 3D’

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In the last few years, Bollywood filmmakers are relying heavily on recreated songs to sell their films. Most music composers say that these recreated songs have a recall value and they click with the audiences instantly. While others say that it is nothing but a sign of laziness and lack of originality on the part of the composers.

After so many iconic songs being recreated in the past few years, Prabhu Deva’s all-time hit song ‘Muqabala Muqabala’ is now being recreated for Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor starrer ‘Street Dancer 3D‘. Interestingly, Prabhu Deva will also feature in the recreated version of his own song that came out 25-years ago. The iconic song featured in ‘Humse Hai Muqabala’ film, which was dubbed version of Tamil film ‘Kadhalan’.

According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, Tanishk Bagchi will be recreating the ‘Muqabala Muqabala’ song. Revealing about how the song was shot, a source was quoted as saying in the tabloid as, “It was shot during the on-going Dubai schedule with Prabhu Deva taking centre stage for a minute-long solo performance, effortlessly repeating the difficult moves in a single take.”

Spilling the details about when the song will appear in ‘Street Dancer’, producer Bhushan Kumar shared, “There’s a situation in the film where we see Prabhu Deva showcase his dance moves and I knew we needed to bring ‘Muqabala’ back. The audience will be blown away by the choreography and will love the new version as much as the original.”

Well, let’s hope we don’t ruin one more iconic song which was composed by none other than A R Rahman. And for those who loved this energetic track with some super-crazy moves of Prabhu Deva, you can check out the song below and relive the olden days.

Helmed by Remo D’Souza, ‘Street Dancer 3D’ will hit the silver screens in January 2020.

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