It`s time to shake a leg with `ABCD...` cast
New Delhi: The cast of movie "ABCD: Any Body Can Dance" is set to make everyone put on their dancing shoes as it is planning to organise dance workshops in six cities.
The workshops are being conducted by channel Zee Cinema, which will present the movie on television July 7, in Delhi (June 29), Lucknow (June 30), Pune (July 5), Mumbai (July 6), Ahmedabad (July 3) and Indore (July 2).
Choreographer Prince, who was part of the 2013 movie, will be present during all the workshops.
"The idea is to take the spirit of the movie, which encourages absolutely anybody to get up and dance and to create a wave of dance across the country," Akash Chawla, ZEEL head- marketing, National Channels, said in a statement.
"This initiative is our way of enabling viewers to experience the true essence of the movie," he added.
To include people from all age groups, invitations have been sent to schools, colleges, old age homes, housewives, clubs and eminent non-governmental organisations (NGO).
Directed by Remo D`Souza, "ABCD: Any Body Can Dance" was based on a group of aspiring dancers. It released this year and received lukewarm response at the box office.
D`Souza is working on the sequel of the movie, which is expected to go on floors by end of this year.
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