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National Award-winning choreographer and filmmaker Remo DSouza says dance has evolved in the Hindi film industry because of the enthusiasm of the new generation actors.

Salman Khan-starrer "Race 3" minted money at the box office, but its commercial success failed to make Remo D'Souza's creative mind happy, leaving him scarred by the criticism and trolls against the movie.

Filmmaker-choreographer Remo D'Souza, who is gearing up for his forthcoming reality show 'Dance Plus' season 4 has said that he felt bad as his last directorial 'Race 3' was not able to do desired business at the box-office.

After helming four films, Remo D'souza got his moment in the sun when he managed to get Salman Khan on board for Race 3.

With his upcoming film, Race 3, just a few days away from its release, film-maker Remo D'souza is having a "mixed feeling" of excitement and nervousness.

After launching the first track 'Hiriye', the team of Race 3 is all set to release their second track - a romantic number.

Filmmaker-turned choreographer Remo D'Souza feels that talented dancers have a very good chance to make it big in the industry as perceptions have begun to change.

Remakes, spin-offs and rejigged versions. No, we are not talking about Bollywood films. Filmmakers are now opting for sequels and remakes of older songs for their projects.

Filmmaker Remo D???Souza has denied reports that actor Salman Khan, who is reportedly working in Remo???s film, has put the project on hold because the actor is not prepared for it.

Director Remo D’souza has slammed rumours that suggest actors Salman Khan and Jacqueline Fernandez have been confirmed for the third instalment of the ABCD: Any Body Can Dance franchise.

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