Bollywood choreographer and director Remo D’Souza suffered a heart attack on Friday (December 11) afternoon. He is currently admitted in Mumbai’s Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital. His wife Lizelle is present with him at the hospital.
According to a report in ABP LIVE, the choreographer underwent an angiography and is currently admitted to the ICU.
"On Friday morning Remo was admitted at the Kokilaben Hospital following some heart issue. There were some blockages due to which an Angioplasty was performed by the doctors. Now he is doing fine according to the doctors. We are here, he is my family friend and we assure that please do not worry, everything is under control," Remo's friend Mahesh Kukreja told IANS.
Earlier today, Remo had taken to Instagram to share a poster of his music video titled Dil Na Todunga, featuring Siddarth Gupta and Karishma Sharma. "Some hearts understand each other in silence, while some hearts break each other in silence. But sometimes all love makes you do, is promise that #dilnatodunga. #dilnatodunga teaser out now 👉🏼," he captioned the poster on Instagram.
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Remo had transitioned from choreographer to filmmaking with F.A.L.T.U and later helmed ABCD: Any Body Can Dance, ABCD 2 and Race 3.
Remo last directed Street Dancer 3D, with actors Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor in lead roles. He recently also appeared on reality shows like India's Best Dancer, The Kapil Sharma Show and Bigg Boss 14 as a guest.