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Gangnam star Psy to play Prabhu Deva’s role in Any Body Can Dance remake!
It seems a South Korean production house has been mulling over the idea of getting Gangnam superstar Psy to essay Prabhu Deva’s character in ABCD‘s remake
While some are raving about Prabhu Deva’s thespian skills in Any Body Can Dance (ABCD), there are also critics who have been hugely disappointed with the Southern star’s performance in the film. But that doesn’t really matter much ‘coz a bunch of South Korean filmmakers are smitten with Prabhu’s charm. Click here to read more
Box office collections: Special 26 overtakes Any Body Can Dance
But India’s first 3D dance centric movie had reported a higher occupancy on Friday. How did Akshay Kumar’s heist turn the tables then? Read on to find out!
While our critics clearly recommended Special 26 over Any Body Can Dance, it initially looked like the curiosity surrounding India’s first 3D dance centric movie ABCD was a better crowd puller than Akshay Kumar’s Special 26. Click here to read more
Disney UTV snaps up Remo D’Souza for a two-film deal!
Cineswami tells us more about choreographer-director Remo D’Souza’s new projects with Disney UTV
The fate of Any Body Can Dance (ABCD) may be uncertain at the box office, but Disney UTV has gone ahead and signed choreographer-turned-director Remo D’Souza for a two-film deal. The first one is most likely a sequel to ABCD. Click here to read more
ANY BODY CAN DANCE movie review: An earnest attempt at making a hardcore dance film!
Breathtaking dance moves, great attitude – but what’s with the mediocre acting and substandard script?
In Remo D’Souza’s Any Body Can Dance, Kay Kay Menon (Jehangir) is an image conscious entrepreneur who owns a la-di-da dance class every rich slicker would want to enroll in. He steps into the shoes of a wannabe attention-seeker amazingly, and keeps himself and his classes in the media eye with great dexterity. Click here to read more
Any Body Can Dance promos: Groovy and fast-paced, we definitely like!Four short promos of ABCD were released by its makers. And what’s common between them is that each of these tunes is easy on the ear
Remo D’Souza gives the song Aa re Pritam pyare his own twist in Any Body Can Dance
Prabhu Deva was pleasantly surprised to discover that director Remo D’Souza had incorporated the song Aa re Pritam pyare in ABCD, in a very creative way
As Any Body Can Dance focuses on dance, Remo D’Souza is doing whatever it takes to make the film an interesting watch. So the new development is that he is going to use the fast paced number Aa re Pritam pyare from Rowdy Rathore in the 3D flick ABCD. Click here to read more
Remo D’Souza to copyright dance moves from Any Body Can Dance?
The choreographer-turned-filmmaker Remo D’Souza is thinking of getting a copyright on the dance moves from his forthcoming release ABCD
It’s not easy to get the top choreographers from Bollywood under one roof and have them shake a leg on your command. But Remo D’Souza has achieved the impossible. Click here to read more
Any Body Can Dance song Sorry sorry: Salman Khan and Ganesh Acharya apologise to Prabhu Deva
In this new song from Remo D’Souza’s forthcoming dance film ABCD, we see the entire gang of dancers saying sorry to Prabhu Deva. But what made the dance master angry in the first place, we wonder!
Looks like Prabhu Deva loses his cool very easily. In this new number Sorry sorry from Any Body Can Dance, the ace dancer is upset over some issue and he is planning to leave his gang of dancers as something is troubling him. Click here to read more
Remo D’Souza to perform ABCD Ganpati song at Maha Kumbh mela
The choreographer-director will promote his film Any Body Can Dance at the ongoing Hindu religious festival
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 Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh soon. Click here to read more
Any Body Can Dance new song Psycho re: Prabhu Deva, Ganesh Acharya, Remo D’Souza and Saroj Khan shake a leg!
Remo D’Souza brings together some of India’s best choreographers in one crazy number for his forthcoming release. You can’t afford to miss this one!
If you need an instant mood lifter with mindless histrionics, take a look at this song and you will be entertained. Guaranteed! Psycho re number from choreographer Remo D’Souza’s forthcoming release Any Body Can Dance (ABCD) is relentlessly hilarious. Click here to read more
Ganesh Acharya and Saroj Khan stop Remo D’Souza and Prabhu Deva from drinking alcohol
In this mad composition from Remo’s dance-based film, Any Body Can Dance (ABCD), we see the filmmaker and Prabhu Deva relentlessly requesting for liquor, even as Ganesh Acharya and Saroj Khan stop them from doing so, in their inimitable style
This time, we translate the wacky number Psycho re to English word-for-word, and we are sure Click here to read more
Remo D’Souza: I can’t imagine Any Body Can Dance without Prabhu Deva!
The choreographer-turned-director is excited about his forthcoming release Any Body Can Dance (ABCD) featuring some of the best dancing talents of the country. In an exclusive chat with BollywoodLife, Remo talks about his dream venture
Remo D’Souza believes that anybody can dance. And that’s the sentiment he projects on the big screen with his forthcoming release Any Body Can Dance (ABCD). Click here to read more
Nach Baliye 5: Remo D’Souza promotes Any Body Can Dance on the show!
The ace choreographer will soon be matching steps with Terence Lewis on the stage of this celebrity dance reality show
Remo D’Souza is making quite a lot of noise nowadays. And why not? Click here to read more
Akshay Kumar: Government should not levy so much service tax
The actor whose film Special 26 is slated to release on February 8 supports the Film and Television Producers Guild of India protest against the hike in service taxes
The Film and Television Producers Guild of India has decided to join the ongoing protest by the Tamil movie industry, asking the government to roll back the 12.36 percent service tax. Click here to read more