Remo D’souza is a renowned Indian dancer, actor and a film director famous in Bollywood. He was seen judging many television reality dance shows. He got his first break in bollywood as a background dancer in the film ‘Rangeela’ – 1995 and made his debut as a director with the film ‘F.A.L.T.U’ in 2011. He has also won the 63rd National Film Awards for Best Choreography for the song “Deewani Mastani” in Bajirao Mastani. Currently, he is seen judging Dance Plus 3 which airs on Star Plus.
Real Name: Ramesh Gopi Nair
Profession: Actor, director and choreographer
Date of Birth: 2 April 1974
Age (as in 2017): 43 Years
Birth Place: Bengaluru, India
Zodiac sign: Aries
Hometown: Jamnagar, Gujarat, India
School: Not Known
Educational Qualifications: Applied Mathematics
Father- Gopi Nair (Air force officer)
Mother- Madhaviyamma (Housewife)
Brothers- Ganesh Gopi (Elder)
Sisters- 3 (Younger)
Physical Stats & Features
Height: 5’ 7”
Weight: 60 kg
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Black
Lal Paharer Katta (2007)
Favourite Actress: Madhuri Dixit
Favourite Color: Black
Marital Status: Married
Wife: Lizelle D’Souza (Costume designer)
Son- Gabriel D’Souza and Dhruv D’Souza
Remo D’Souza will be directing a film starring Salman Khan and Jacqueline Fernandez. It will be a dance film which will have an emotional story about a father-daughter relationship. Salman Khan will play a father to a 13-year-old girl and Jacqueline will be seen as a professional dancer.
Some Interesting Facts about Remo D’Souza
- After his schooling in Gujarat, he moved to Mumbai in search of dancing scope and opened a dance class called Super Brats at Churni Road, with 4 students initially.
- In his struggling days he used to live at Bandra station, Mumbai, and had difficulties in getting food.
- He never took any professional dance training but idolized Micheal Jackson.
- In 1995, he got his first entry in Bollywood as an assistant to choreographer Ahmed Khan in the movie Rangeela.
- His first pop video was for Sonu Nigam’s album Deewana, which was a big hit. But, his turning point was when he choreographed an item number called Ishq Samundar in Kaante.