Sonam Bajwa reluctantly agreed to work with Varun Dhawan on Street Dancer 3D and was “disappointed” when the song was left on the cutting room floor. Actress Sonam Bajwa said she didn’t mince words when she talked about being stranded on the floor of her cut room in the movie ‘Street Dancer 3D’. Sonam said in an interview that she had no doubts about doing the project because they only wanted the sequence of the song, and when the song didn’t make the final cut, she said, Disappointed”.
In an interview with Siddharth Kannan, Sonam vowed to make more prudent decisions about her career after the fiasco and her song being removed from the film left a negative impression of her in the industry. Sonam is best known for his work in Punjabi cinema, but he also boasts a strong following on social media. Sonam said, “I have no complaints and feel welcomed by the Hindi film industry, but I am certainly not happy with what has unfolded with Street Dancer 3D. She said: ‘I felt so bad. First of all, I never wanted to do a song. But I admired the team so much. Remo is a very accomplished artist, director, and choreographer. Varun Dhawan is loved by everyone. She was wondering whether to do the song or not. But they reached out to me, so I decided to move on. ”
She continued, “I’ve heard things like, ‘The industry is quick to label you as just making songs. I feel depressed, what else can I do? Other songs may have been removed from the film as well. Filmmakers have always thought about making their films as good as possible. It’s natural to think so… It’s no one’s fault, but I thought it was mine. But you just learn and can make a better-informed decision next time.
The song “Sip Sip 2.0” was eventually leaked online after the film’s release. Street Dancer 3D performed poorly at the box office upon release, grossing just over Rs 100 crore worldwide.
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