Remo moves on, plans to make 'ABCD' sequel with Prabhudheva

Mumbai, Jan 22 (IANS) Although he is busy with the promotion of his 3D dance drama "ABCD - Anybody Can Dance", it doesn't stop him planning about the film's sequel.

Talking about the cast of the sequel, he said he has already finalised one name.

"I am really waiting for the film to release so that I can start working on the sequel. The next film will have Prabhudheva for sure. The rest we will see," Remo told IANS.

When the film will hit screens Feb 8, it would be a dream come true for Remo, who has been working on this for a long, long time.

"...a dream which I saw some 19 years back. I always wanted to make a film on dance," said the 38-year-old.

The film shows 50 different forms of dance and Remo said: "I feel that a new genre will be created after the film. The genre of dance film has not been touched properly yet."

Will audience accept a dance film?

"The audience today is looking out for new things. They want something exciting every time. My film is a film which can be watched by everyone together. It will be a great experience for them," said Remo who is ready to put pen to paper.

"I will be writing a book on dance. I will travel to villages in India and see the kind of dance which they do," he said.

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