Updated: December 12, 2020 10:49:26 am
Choreographer-director Remo D’Souza suffered a heart attack on Friday and was admitted in the ICU of Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai. He had undergone angiography on Friday but is doing much better now.
On Saturday, his wife Lizelle D’Souza told indianexpress.com, “He is fine now, much better.” On the question of being discharged, she said, “They will decide tomorrow.”
Actor-dancer Nora Fatehi took to Instagram and shared, “Thank god you are recovering! You gave us a scare! Our prayers are with you and ur family sir! So glad to hear u are safe! Lets stay positive please pray for the entire family @remodsouza @lizelleremodsouza”
Choreographer Geeta Kapur took to social media and shared, “Lots of love … abundance of prayers for ur safe and speedy recovery my dearest darling @remodsouza … chotte jaldi theek hoke phirse pareshaan karne ka mauka dena … love u … stay blessed and get well soon on behalf of not only me but all those also who love u but can’t reach u directly. stay strong @lizelleremodsouza”
Choreographer Terrence Lewis shared on Instagram, “And very soon we will be rolling on the floor just like the old times ! They say a prayer in good faith, can move mountains! Say a special little prayer for my friend, @remodsouza tonite cause Love, Faith & Will is all we need 🙏🏽! Bounce back brother kyunki bahut machane hai abhi ❤️👊🏽 ! #powerofbelief #jhadukijhappi #dost”
Earlier, on Friday, his wife told indianexpress.com, “It was a blockage. Doctors have done angiography. He is in the ICU. Please pray. Next 24 hours are very important.”
Besides choreographing several hit tracks, the 46-year-old is known for directing films like Street Dancer 3D, ABCD, ABCD 2 and A Flying Jatt among others.
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Remo D’Souza has also judged dance reality shows like Dance India Dance, Dance Plus and Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa.
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