Remo D’Souza to make his next film with ‘DID’ contestants

Remo D'Souza
Mumbai: Choreographer-turned-director Remo D’Souza, who is all set to direct the country’s first ever dance film in 3D, has roped in dance reality show "Dance India Dance" (DID) contestants for the film.

"I am working on a film which will be produced by UTV. It is a 3D film, which is a dance-based film. It is for the first time that a film is being made on dance in 3D version in India," said Remo, who came to unveil Shakti Mohan’s calendar "Nritya Shakti".

"Salman Khan, the winner of first season of DID, will play the main lead. It also has Dharmesh, Prince, Mayuresh, Vrushali – it’s a mix of season one and season two’s best dancers. It also has Prabhu Deva in the main lead," he added.

Remo, who donned the director’s hat for "F.A.L.T.U" this year, will also direct a Bengali film – "Lal Pahare’r Katha".

As a choreographer, Remo worked on films like "Patiala House", "Pyaar Ka Punchnama", "Aarakshan" and "Love Breakups Zindagi".