When Remo D’Souza was caught by security guards

Mumbai, July 4 (IANS) Ace choreographer and director Remo D’Souza, who had to exude a mysterious vibe for a promo of TV show “Dance +”, devised a new way to get the look right. He made everyone suspicious with his hoodie look and was even caught by security guards.

The choreographer says he pulled the prank to make sure his look worked and to have some fun.

“I was in a candid mood and planned to play a small prank on them. This hoodie look is for a specific reason in ‘Dance +’ promo and I just wanted to check if it is really working or no. Everyone got so suspicious and it was funny to see the cops catching me,” Remo said in a statement.

According to a source, Remo, who will be seen as super judge in Star Plus’s new dance reality show, shot for the promo of the show here recently.

The “Any Body Can Dance” (ABCD) franchise director had to put on different looks for the promo and it was one of the looks, for which he had to cover his entire body and face.

“Remo came to shoot in his hoodie look with face covered completely for which the security present over there misunderstood him as a pickpocket. He immediately removed his hoodie to assure the guards of his identity. The security guys later apologised to him and asked him to teach them some of his dance moves,” said a source.

The choreographer was also exhilarated at throwing a surprise at the guards and he also shared his dance expertise with them.

“Later they were surprised that it was me and requested me to teach them few dance steps which was fun. And in return I got the assurance of my look as well,” Remo added.



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