Choreographer-filmmaker Remo D’Souza was rushed to a Mumbai hospital after he suffered a heart attack on Friday.
46-year-old D’Souza, who suffered a blockage in his heart, was taken to Mumbai’s Kokilaben Hospital, where he underwent angioplasty on Friday and is reported to be in a stable condition.
D’Souza made his debut as a choreographer in 1995 with Bollywood Dreams. He created a niche for himself in the industry after working on films like Rock On!!, China Town, Chameli, Dhoom and Delhi Heights, to name a few.
His first directorial debut, F.A.L.T.U., was a box-office hit, after which he directed ABCD and ABCD 2, which were both successful at the box office. D’Souza has also directed movies like Flying Jatt, Street Dancer 3D, Race 3, etc.
D’Souza has also won awards and accolades for choreographing hit songs like Disco Deewane, Badtameez Dil, Balam Pichkari, and Deewani Mastani. He is also famous as a judge for dance reality shows like Dance Plus, Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, and Dance India Dance.