WATCH: After Dance-off With Varun Dhawan, Nora Fatehi Becomes Shraddha Kapoor's Teacher As 'Dilbar' Fad Continues

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When Nora Fatehi recreated Sushmita Sen's 'Dilbar', the internet went into a meltdown. The Arabic twist to the song, the sultry moves, and the peppy moves made it a top chartbuster within no time.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

When Nora Fatehi recreated Sushmita Sen's 'Dilbar', the internet went into a meltdown. The Arabic twist to the song, the sultry moves, and the peppy moves made it a top chartbuster within no time. Previously, Varun Dhawan tried to recreate the song and now Shraddha Kapoor who stars alongside the two in the upcoming film, 'Street Dancer' has decided to take some dance inspiration from Fatehi. 

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In the video that has surfaced on the internet, one can see Nora turning teacher for Shraddha and teaching her the moves to 'Dilbar'. And while the former looks like a dedicated student, the later can also be seen putting in quite a bit of effort to teach her student. 

Watch the video below: 

Meanwhile, the trio (Nora Fatehi, Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor) will be seen together in 'Street Dancer'

The makers recently unveiled the first look posters of the lead stars where the pair can be seen acing dance moves. While this is Varun's second collaboration with choreographer-filmmaker Remo, it is also his second collaboration with Shraddha after  'ABCD 2'. Besides the lead pair, the film also features Nora Fatehi, Aparshakti Khurana and Shakti Mohan in pivotal roles.

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As per media reports, Shraddha will be seen as a dancer from Pakistan in the film, while Varun will be playing a dancer from Punjab. Helmed by Remo, the project will be produced by Bhushan Kumar, Lizelle D'Souza and Krishan Kumar. 

 

 

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