Choreographer Remo D'Souza (46) suffers heart attack, admitted to ICU
Bollywood choreographer and film director Remo D'Souza (46) today suffered a heart attack and has been admitted to the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Mumbai. Remo, who last directed Varun Dhawan-starrer Street Dancer 3D, is currently admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) and has undergone angioplasty, reports said. His wife also confirmed the news. Here are more details on this.
Confirming the news about Remo's health, his wife Lizelle D'Souza told The Indian Express, "It was a blockage. Doctors have done angiography. He is in the ICU. Please pray. Next 24 hours are very important." His family members and some friends are present at the hospital. Meanwhile, a source has told ETimes that Remo is in a stable condition now.
Remo's friend and fellow choreographer Dharmesh Yelande told ETimes, "Remo sir is fine now, he is doing well. We all are at Kokilaben Hospital with him." "He had to go through surgery and everything is fine. We are not allowed inside but we are constantly in touch with his wife Lizelle D'Souza over calls. Remo sir's health is fine now," he added.
Remo D'Souza had started his career as a background dancer and by choreographing various songs in Bollywood movies. He became a household name after judging the dance reality show Dance India Dance along with Terence Lewis and Geeta Kapoor. He made his Bollywood directorial debut with F.A.L.T.U and went on to direct movies such as ABCD, ABCD 2, and Race 3, among others.