Filmmaker Remo D’Souza, whose recent outing – Street Dancer 3D didn’t perform as expected, is gearing up for his next film. The choreographer-turned-director has given a break to the series of dance films that he has been making. He is now working on an action film and is looking out for a top actor to feature in the same. Remo spoke to Mid-Day in his latest interview and revealed that this new film is not going to star his favourite actor Varun Dhawan but is definitely going to be fronted by a popular male face. He said he has been working on the film even before he began filming Street Dancer 3D and he expects to take it on the floors in April-May. Also Read - Kamya Punjabi's Engagement Photos And Video: Couple Exchanges Rings in a Traditional Ceremony at Gurudwara
Remo directed Race 3 last year which bombed at the Box Office. The film featured Salman Khan and Jacqueline Fernandez in the lead along with other actors like Daisy Shah, Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, Saqib Saleem and Freddy Daruwala. Remo said this new action film is ‘completely different’ from Race 3 and he’s excited about shooting it soon. Also Read - Street Dancer 3D Wrap up: Shraddha Kapoor Pens Long Heartfelt Post For Varun Dhawan, Remo D'Souza And Team, See Pictures
The popular dancer also revealed why he is not teaming up with Varun once again. He said they are going to be reuniting soon but the actor has a lot on his plate for the time being and he is starting his action movie this year itself. “I think he’s busy with other projects. Varun (has his plate full with) three films so my next won’t star him, but you never know after that. The ABCD series has been lucky for all of us,” said Remo. Also Read - Varun Dhawan Expresses Years of Emotions With Remo D'Souza in Latest Instagram Post
The director, who is also known to judge many dance reality shows, talked about his dance film with Salman Khan. He said the script of that movie, which has been titled Dance Daddy, is with the actor and they will begin working on it as soon as Salman expresses his wish.