Mumbai: 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.