Remo D’Souza is an Indian actor, choreographer and director. His original name is Ramesh Gopi and was born on 2nd April 1972 in Jamnagar Gujarat. He did his schooling from Air Force School in Gujarat. Remo D’Souza started his career as a background dancer after working as a dancer he tried film directing. He is very well known for directing first 3D movie in India ABCD (Anybody Can Dance).
Daughter- N/A Son- Gabriel D’Souza and Dhruv D’Souza
Career / Awards & Achievements :-
Remo D’Souza first started his career as a background dancer in 1995 in “Rangeela” starring Aamir Khan. Over the years he danced as well as choreographed many dance sequences in Bollywood movies. In these years he bagged a lot of awards on his name but mostly for “yeh jawani hai deewani” starring Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor.
Awards & Achievements
Screen Awards – Best Choreography (for song Badtameez Dil)
Zee Cine Awards– Best Choreography (for song Badtameez Dil)
International Indian Film Academy Awards- Best Choreography (for song Badtameez Dil)
Stardust Awards- Best Choreography (for all songs of ABCD movie)
64th Filmfare Awards- Best Choreography (for the song “Ghar More Pardesiya”)
Net Worth, House & Cars :-
Monthly Salary / Income
Rs . 2-3Lakh per show
Andheri West, Mumbai
Remo D’Souza after completing his studies from Jamnagar Gujarat moved to Mumbai in search of making a good career for himself. He started dance class named Super Brats at Churni road in Mumbai with just 4 students in the beginning. Remo D’Souza never took any kind of professional dance training but is a huge fan of Michael Jackson. On 11th December 2020 he suffered an heart attack and was admitted Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai