SPOTTED: What’s Prabhu Deva Shopping For?

India’s answer to Michael Jackson, successful director and first time actor Prabhu Deva was all smiles as he spoke to us about his dance film ‘ABCD’. After the hectic shooting and promotion schedules, Prabhu Deva let off some steam by indulging in a spot of shopping at the Puma store
India’s answer to Michael Jackson, successful director and first time actor Prabhu Deva was all smiles as he spoke to us about his dance film ‘ABCD’. After the hectic shooting and promotion schedules, Prabhu Deva let off some steam by indulging in a spot of shopping at the Puma store

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MUMBAI: Bollywood choreographer and debutant director Remo D’Souza has a challenge for you. He says that ‘Anybody Can Dance’, and challenges you to try it out after watching his film, which stars Prabhu Deva in the lead role.

Yes folks, Remo is out with his debut directorial, which is also India’s first 3D dance film. ‘Anybody Can Dance’ or ‘ABCD’ has hit theatres just yesterday, and has garnered decent reviews from film critics. We spotted the star of ‘ABCD’ indulging in a bit of post-release promotions, at the Puma store in Mumbai.

India’s answer to Michael Jackson, successful director and first time actor Prabhu Deva was all smiles as he spoke about his dance film ‘ABCD’. Looking dancer-chic in a white tee, blue tracks and a black hoodie, Deva spoke to us about what it took to translate his vision onto celluloid.

After the hectic shooting and promotion schedules, Prabhu Deva let off some steam by indulging in a spot of shopping at the Puma store in Linking Road, Bandra. The ace choreographer was seen indulging in some heavy-duty shopping for workout gear. ‘ABCD’ stars Prabhu Deva, Ganesh Acharya and Terrence Lewis and a host of other dancers, who will be seen in Puma gear through the film.

Puma is the official style partner for ‘ABCD’, the film which revolves around the tale of an amateur dance troupe taking on an experienced dance company in a street-style dance competition. The film is modelled along the lines of Hollywood dance films like ‘Step Up’ and ‘Honey’. It remains to be seen whether Indian audiences will take to the film, and appreciate this unique endeavour by a team of choreographer-turned-filmmakers.