Director Remo D'Souza is all set to go public with first Indian 3D dance film 'ABCD - Any Body Can Dance'. He has made a film on a subject which is close to his heart.
The film stars Prabhu Deva in a pivotal role. Prabhu Deva stunned the audiences with his dance in early 90s.
He was termed as Indian Michael Jackson at that time by several choreographers.
Lately, reality shows have promoted dance as a hobby. Common people are coming forward to try their hands at dancing.
Bollywood doesn't have a tradition of making films completely based on dance unlike Hollywood which produces films such as 'Step Up' and 'StreetDance'.
Remo D'Souza made a mark as a choreographer before turning director.
Don't go on Ganesh Acharya's appearance, he is a brilliant dancer.
Films such as 'Kadhalan' and 'Indhu' established Prabhu Deva as a dancer in South. Rest of India knew about him when these films were dubbed in Hindi.
He is still a fantastic dancer, watch 'Go, go, Govinda' song from 'OMG' to believe it.
He showcased the famous MJ step called 'moonwalking' in some of his films.
He is an expert at amalgamating western dance forms with Indian forms.
The younger actors will learn a lot from this actor-director, especially in the area of dancing.