June 11, 2015 1:18:21 pm
Choreographer-director Remo D’Souza has expressed a desire to make his dream project – a period drama film – with Hrithik Roshan.
The ace choreographer, who is awaiting the release of his next directorial venture dance-drama “ABCD 2”, said he is very excited about the film.
“I have one dream project and I am working on it. It’s a period drama.. epic movie. It is a very huge film. I don’t think anyone will help but if ‘ABCD 2’ works, then they (filmmakers) might trust. And if it happens, I will make it,” Remo said in an interview here.
Remo said he has Hrithik Roshan in his mind for the film and is looking for a Hollywood face to play the female lead.
“I have Hrithik Roshan in mind. For actress, I have to cast somebody from Hollywood. It will be the only film that will have no dance but only action,” Remo said.
The “F.A.L.T.U” helmer said his wish of making south superstar Rajinikanth, Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bahchan, and choreographer-director Prabhu Deva dance, has been fulfilled and now it is actress Madhuri Dixit who features on his wish-list.
“I would love to make Madhuri Dixit dance. If I do a film with her, it definitely has to be a ‘Madhuri Dixit-film’. I don’t want to cast her in a small role. I will do a full- fledged dance film with her,” he said.
“There are some ideas in mind right now, but let’s see how it shapes up. For last four years I am sitting with her (referring to judging dance reality show ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’) and we chat and talk about it. She says whenever you are ready with it, please let me know.”
Remo’s other project is a superhero-drama film “Turbanator” starring Tiger Shroff and Jacqueline Fernandez.
“This film is with Jacqueline Fernandez and Tiger Shroff. It’s a superhero film and there is lots of action. You will see Tiger flying and doing all kinds of super hero stuff,” he said.
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