‘ABCD’ series is incomplete without Prabhudeva, says Remo

ST Correspondent
Monday, 10 July 2017

There are talks about Tiger Shroff being approached for the third part but the director hasn’t confirmed the news.

Choreographer and director Remo D’Souza says that Any Body Can Dance franchise is incomplete without Prabhudeva. The latter played pivotal roles in both the first and second part.

Remo, who is juggling between shooting for Star Plus’ dance reality show Dance + where he dons the cap of the Super Judge, and his shoots for the upcoming movie with Salman Khan, is in talks with makers for the third instalment of ABCD.

After making his mark in choreography, Remo tried his luck in filmmaking and created ABCD, a first-of-its-kind Bollywood movie that was solely about dance. The first starred Ganesh Acharya, Kay Kay Menon, Salman Yusuff Khan, Dharmesh Yelande, Lauren Gottlieb among others, while the second starred Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor and others.

There are talks about Tiger Shroff being approached for the third part but the director hasn’t confirmed the news. Confirming Prabhudeva’s role in the third instalment, he says, “ABCD is impossible without Prabhudeva. So ABCD 3 will have Prabhudeva for sure. ABCD 1 and 2 scripts were written with Prabhu in mind and same goes for the third series as well. Apart from MJ, the only man I look upto and admire for his dancing skills is Prabhudeva. Earlier he had issues with language but with the third instalment his language has only gotten better.”

The choreographer has always kept Prabhudeva in high regards and acknowledges him for his support in the ABCD series. “Taking a leap into filmmaking without any A-list Bollywood actor can be quite risky, but it was because of Prabhudeva’s faith that I took the plunge,” adds Remo.

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