Post ABCD, Remo wants to remake Navrang
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Choreographer turned director Remo D'Souza, who is currently basking in the success of film ABCD, now wants to remake the 1959 film Navrang.
Though the choreographer-turned-director has already begun work on the sequel to ABCD, but he is keen on the remake.
Confirming the news Remo said: "Yes, I am currently in talks to acquire the rights of the film. However apart from this there is nothing much to say...I have always wanted to remake the film, hence I am trying to get the rights."
As for whether the film will be produced by UTV again, Remo said: "Currently we are working out the sequel to ABCD, post that I will think of making Navrang if I get the rights. However it is very early to talk about who will produce the film."
Navrang, noted for its dance sequences with lead actress Sandhya and music by C. Ramchandra that released in 1959 was India's first colour movie directed by the legendary V. Shantaram.