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Prabhudheva to be part of 'ABCD 3': Remo

The first two films were written with Prabhu in mind and same goes for the third series as well

Published: 06th July 2017

Ace choreographer and filmmaker Remo D'Souza, who directed choreographer Prabhudheva in the first two installments of the ABCD franchise, says he will be a part of the third film as well.

"ABCD is impossible without Prabhudheva. So ABCD 3 will have Prabhudheva for sure. The first and second films were written keeping Prabhu in mind and same goes for the third series as well," Remo said in a statement.

"Apart from Michael Jackson, the only man I look up to and admire for his dancing skills is Prabhudheva. Earlier he had issues with language, but with the third installment, his language has only got better," he added.

ABCD: Any Body Can Dance, the first film in the franchise, released in 2013 and featured Prabhudheva alongside Ganesh Acharya, Kay Kay Menon, Lauren Gottlieb, Punit Pathak, Dharmesh Yelande and Salman Yusuff Khan. ABCD 2, which released in 2015, featured Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor.

Remo is currently busy juggling between shooting for Star Plus dance reality show Dance+ Season 3 and directing a yet untitled film with Bollywood superstar Salman Khan.

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