The Dance India Dance resolve and ABCD filmmaker Remo D’Souza not too way back suffered a coronary coronary heart assault after which he was taken to the Kokilaben Hospital the place his angioplasty befell. According to IndiaTV sourced, the choreographer who has been recovering since Friday could get discharged tomorrow ie on Thursday. However, no affirmation in regards to the an identical has been given by his family, buddies or hospital. Due to the bloackage in his coronary coronary heart, he was shifted to ICU the place he underwent a surgical process. Now his nicely being has improved and is doing advantageous.
“On Friday morning Remo was admitted at the Kokilaben Hospital following some heart issue. There were some blockages due to which an Angioplasty was performed by the doctors. Now he is doing fine according to the doctors. We are here, he is my family friend and we assure that please do not worry, everything is under control,” Remo’s good buddy Mahesh Kukreja knowledgeable IANS.
Mahesh Kukreja is Remo’s affiliate on the BLive Music label and collectively they’ve launched the video ‘Log Kya Kahenge’, ultimate month. Remo’d partner shared a nicely being exchange alongside a video of the dancer tapping his ft. She wrote, “DANCING WITH THE FEET IS ONE THING DANCING WITH THE HEART IS ANOTHER …… @remodsouza THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR THE PRAYERS AND BLESSINGS ……”
As the details about his ailing-well being floated, people started floating points on social media. Not solely this, nevertheless a great deal of celebs had been even seen on the hospital.
“Get well soon and come back fast to show some more innovative moves @remodsouza !! You are a champion,” Manoj Bajpayee wrote. While TV actor Aamir Ali wrote, “My brother is back @remodsouza #strongest.”
Get correctly shortly and can be found once more fast to current some additional revolutionary strikes @remodsouza !! You are a champion !! 🤗🤗🙌👍
— manoj bajpayee (@BajpayeeManoj) December 14, 2020
Remo had transitioned from choreographer to filmmaking with ‘F.A.L.T.U’ and later helmed ‘ABCD: Any Body Can Dance’ (2013), ‘ABCD 2’ (2015) and ‘Race 3’ (2018). His ultimate directorial was ‘Street Dancer 3D’ starring Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor.