Remo D’Souza, who is primarily an Indian dancer cum choreographer, is also an actor and film director. He was born on 2nd of April, 1972 in Jamnagar, Gujarat and was named as ‘
Ramesh Gopi’. He changed his name, when he moved himself into Christianity religion. His wife’s name is Lizelle D’Souza. It is a very true fact that he struggled hard in his life to reach the celebrity place. He is primarily involved in choreography and choreographed several numbers of films as of now.
He took a place as judge in the most famous reality show of the country, ‘Dance India Dance’. He has also participated in several other dance shows as judge and guest judge. It was during his HSC board exams, he realized that he is not interested in studies anymore. D’Souza immediately left his school and arrived at Mumbai. It was said that his father asked to go for ‘Airforce’.
It is only due to his passion in dance, he could be able to learn dance by himself. He learnt his dance only by watching movies, videos, etc. Within a few days, he opened a dance school in the name of ‘Super Brats’. Then, he could be able to open two other branches by joining hands with his friends. D’Souza has the pride of having contributed to several other film industries in India.
He turned into a film director for, ‘F.A.L.T.U’, a film based on ‘Ranir Ghater Brittano’. He also has the pride of making the country’s first 3-D dance movie, ‘ABCD’ along with participants of ‘Dance India Dance’ and Indian Michael Jackson,
Prabhu Deva. Subsequently, he also directed a Bengali movie, ‘Lal Pahare’r Katha’. He made a special appearance in the film ‘
Besharam’ in which he was the choreographer too.
D’Souza was awarded with Screen Awards and Renault Star Guild Awards for his best Choreography in the song ‘Badtameez Dil’ during January 2014. He has also won the Best Choreography Technical Award. At present, he is judging the show ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ along with
Madhuri Dixit and director
Karan Johar since the year 2010. He also played a role as the producer of the film ‘Death of Amar’ during the year 2004 thus, becoming an all-rounder in the Indian Film Industry. D’Souza has made his appearances in the films, ‘
Aflatoon’ and ‘Meenaxi: A Tale of Three Cities’.