Ganesh Acharya to make a different film on dance

Mumbai: Choreographer Ganesh Acharya is planning to make an original dance film which he says will be different from his Bollywood colleague Remo D`Souza`s `Any Body Can Dance (ABCD)` released earlier this year.

Acharya had directed `Swami` (2007), `Money Hai to Honey Hai` (2008) and `Angel` (2011) based on vivid themes.

"I am planning to make a dance film next year. It will be original and different from ABCD. I am going to make a completely different film," Acharya said.

He said that the film will not be made in 3D.

`ABCD`, a 3D dance film directed and choreographed by choreographer Remo D`Souza, cast Prabhudeva and Acharya in key roles.

Acharya said he has some interesting projects like Aamir Khan`s `Peekay`, Saif Ali Khan`s `Bullet Raja` and Indra Kumar`s `Grand Masti` to choreograph but did not elaborate.

Acharya choreographed `Oye havan kund maston ka jhund` and other songs in recently-released `Bhaag Milkha Bhaag`, a biopic on sprinter Milkha Singh starring Farhan Akhtar and Sonam Kapoor.

"I had worked with Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra in `Rang De Basanti`. He asked me to do this film. There were some challenges as we had to do it (dance moves) with few military people," he said.


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