Remo plans sequel to 'ABCD' with Prabhu Deva
New Delhi: Remo D'Souza's 'ABCD - AnyBody Can Dance' is yet to hit screens, but he is already planning a sequel for the movie. He says it will definitely feature ace dancer Prabhu Deva in a key role.
"Of course, there are plans for 'ABCD 2'. I have been a dancer and choreographer all my life before turning into a director and I want to make as many films on dancing that I can do in my life," Remo said in a statement.
However, he has nothing concrete in mind for the sequel.
"I have to work hard on thinking what would be the premise of 'ABCD 2' as I have given it all in 'ABCD'. But one thing is for sure, when there is a sequel, it will definitely have Prabhu Deva in the lead," he added.
'ABCD...' is a dance-based film, and features Kay Kay Menon with dancers Dharmesh, Salman Yusuff Khan, Mayuresh and Vrushali, among others. Choreographer Ganesh Acharya too will be seen in the movie, which will release on February 8 next year.
Its trailer has received a good response on YouTube, with more than a million hits since it went online on November 27.
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