New Delhi, Jan 17 (IANS) Songs-and-dances are a routine feature in Bollywood, but would you expect a melange of around 50 dance forms in one film? Remo D'Souza's forthcoming film "ABCD: AnyBody Can Dance" offers just that.
"We are a country that loves dancing, be it on the streets, in the club, during festivities and even when India wins cricket matches. We connect while dancing and each one of us has an unique style of dancing," Remo said in a statement.
"If you are a dance lover, you are going to enjoy this film. One would be able to sample close to 50 dance forms in this film."
He reveals the movie, releasing Feb 8, has "everything from western contemporary, ballroom, pumping and hip-hop to Indian classical forms - mainly kathak, Indian folk, semi-classical and local street dancing that people do during festivities."
The film features veteran choreographers like Ganesh Acharya and Prabhudheva, as well as young dancers.