Remo planning to perform at Maha Kumbh

Indo Asian News Service
21 January 2013

Mumbai, Jan 21 (IANS) A dance performance at the ongoing Maha Kumbh? If choreographer-turned-director Remo D'Souza has his way, he will perform with his dance troupe in Aallahabad in Uttar Pradesh soon.

"We are really trying to perform at the Maha Kumbh festival this year. But managing the logistics is not easy. We really want to perform there," he told IANS.

"We are trying to get everything locked by this week and will be going there as soon as possible," Remo said.

Maha Kumbh comes every 12 years and this year it is being held in Allahabad. The 55-day congregation by the confluence of the Ganga and Yamuna and the invisible, mythical Saraswti began Jan 14.

Currently Remo is promoting his directorial venture "ABCD: Anybody Can Dance", a 3D dance movie made with choreographers Prabhudeva and Ganesh Acharya in key roles.

Remo also went on to add that if things work out, he will perform to a Ganapati number.

"I have this good Ganapati number which I want to perform there. It is not like promotion, but I think it will the best place to perform the song," he said.

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