Choreographer turned director Remo Dâ€™Souza is a very busy man these days. He is on a promotional spree for his next directorial venture, Race 3. Alongside, he is also choreographing songs that are obviously going to be Bollywoodâ€™s biggest dance numbers in the coming days. He has choreographed a song for the upcoming movie, Kalank. The music video will feature two of the male leads of this multi-starrer â€“ Varun Dhawan and Aditya Roy Kapur â€“ and one beautiful actress in a special appearance â€“ Kriti Sanon.
We asked Remo about his experience shooting for this song. He was happy to share a few details with us. He gushed about how the three actors are so good looking and did a fabulous job. But not without adding that Aditya still needs to work on his dancing skills. We like the honesty, Remo. Check out the video above. (ALSO READ: EXCLUSIVE! Will there be a reference to Saif Ali Khanâ€™s character in Race 3? Remo Dâ€™Souza answers â€“ watch video)
Kalank is going to be directed by Abhishek Varman. The movie also stars Madhuri Dixit, Sonakshi Sinha, Alia Bhatt and Sanjay Dutt in lead roles. The movie is backed by Karan Joharâ€™s Dharma Productions. (ALSO READ: EXCLUSIVE! Remo Dâ€™Souza talks about the response to the viral Race 3 dialogue â€śOur business is our businessâ€ť â€“ watch video)
Talking about Race 3, Remo is very excited about the movie releasing on June 15. It stars Salman Khan in the lead role, along with Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez, Daisy Shah, Freddy Daruwalla and Saqib Saleem. The trailer and the songs of the movie are a big hit among the masses. And fans of the actor are eagerly waiting for this Eid release of their Bhaijaan.
Talking about the action in Race 3, Salman has said, â€śAction has to look genuine, believable. It canâ€™t look farcical and we canâ€™t make you laugh. Physically also, itâ€™s a lot of strain and hard work. If you donâ€™t look the part, physically and end up doing unbelievable action, then people laugh at you.â€ť
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