Mumbai, Feb 3: When he is an actor, he just acts, says choreographer-turned-director Prabhudheva who never interfered while shooting for Remo D’Souza’s “ABCD – Any Body Can Dance”, a 3D dance move coming out Friday.
“This is not the first film I am working under some other director’s supervision. I am used to working like that. If I am acting, I will only act. I don’t interfere with other things and don’t give ideas. I go on the set, act and come back home,” the 39-year-old said.
Produced by UTV Spotboy, “ABCD – AnyBody Can Dance” is said to be the country’s first 3D dance film. Apart from Prabhudheva, the film features Salman Yusuff Khan, Kay Kay Menon, Ganesh Acharya, Dharmesh and Mayuresh.
As an actor, Prabhudheva did films like “Kadhalan” and “Raasaiyya” and directed hits like “Pokkiri”, “Wanted” and “Rowdy Rathore”.
According to him, Remo is a “better director” than a choreographer.
“It becomes easy to work with him because he knows everything, so there is no confusion.”