Choreographer-director Remo D'Souza will closely work with the Disney team to make "ABCD 2", the sequel to his directorial project "ABCD: AnyBody Can Dance", a truly global franchise. A major chunk of the film will be shot in the US starting early next year.
"I always wanted to make a splash with 'AnyBody Can Dance', and I'm happy to say we managed to do that. With the sequel, I would like to make a bigger wave and I'm heading to Disney Studios in Los Angeles to start the groundwork for it," said Remo D'Souza.
"ABCD: AnyBody Can Dance", India's first 3D dance film, features choreographers like Prabhudheva, Ganesh Acharya and Salman Yusuff Khan. The sequel will be bigger, says Rucha Pathak, senior creative director, Studios, Disney-UTV.
"We're looking forward to making a bigger dance film with the 'ABCD' sequel and it's natural that we take the story to the next level on international shores. Remo has a fabulous idea and we're looking forward to making a technically bigger film that will have a beautiful story at its core that Remo is already started working on," said Pathak.
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