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Remo says his plan to open dance studio delayed by Covid

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Mumbai, Oct 17 (IANS) Well-known Bollywood choreographer Remo D'Souza has launched his much-awaited Remo Fusion Dance Studio. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic his plan of opening this dance studio was delayed.

But after a hiatus, showbiz is gradually getting back on its feet. Among other celebs who resumed work, Remo D'Souza has also fulfilled his plans.

Remo says: "I always wanted to open a dance academy where those who were passionate about dance could come and learn it in an organized manner. Covid-19 pushed things a bit but now with things opening up, I didn't want to wait longer and decided to launch the academy. The academy has been born out of passion and I want it to be a platform through which people understand the nuances of this beautiful craft called the dance".

He further added, "We are working on forming a structure for this, but yes it's a big part of our vision to give back to the society".

Remo Fusion Dance Studio's collaboration is with Avi Raj, Prem Raj Soni, Rohit Sharma, Sea-Connect Global, 21 Blessings, and Prem Raj Pictures.

--IANS

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