Varun Dhawan - Shraddha Kapoor's Street Dancer 3D Gets Trolled for Showing Pakistani Dancers in a Positive Light - Check out Tweets

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While Remo D'Souza was determined to spread a harmonious message through his new directorial, Street Dancer 3D, Twitter users are not really favouring his thought process. A certain section on the micro-blogging site is trolling Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor's new dance drama for showing Pakistani artists in a positive light. If you aren't well aware of the film's storyline, we can give you a brief about it. While Varun plays an Indian dancer, Shraddha belongs to Pakistan. However, a dance contest Ground Zero turns out to be a common ground for them to bond together. Street Dancer 3D: From Varun Dhawan-Shraddha Kapoor’s Kiss to a Fight Sequence, These Scenes From the Trailer That Went Missing and Why! (SPOILER ALERT).

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Some people on Twitter are against the idea of showing our neighbouring country in a good light. The emotional outburst was triggered after the Uri and Pulwama attacks that even lead to a ban on Pakistani artistes working in India. 'Pakistani Street Dancer' is currently trending on Twitter for simply showing them in positive roles. Check out some of those reactions.  Street Dancer 3D Movie Review: Watch Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor’s Film for the Fantastic Dance Sequences. Snooze Through the Rest!

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Shame on Bollywood, he Says


Another Angry User


Some More Reaction


People are Mighty Disappointed

People Calling Out Bollywood's Obsession with Pakistan


The Taunt!


This is Not Going to End


A bit Harsh!


It Continues!

Meanwhile, 'Street Dancer Spreads Humanity' is also trending on Twitter with Varun and Shraddha fans coming out to support the movie. The actors are yet to react on it but the chances of them reacting are very bleak or should we say, next to none?