Remo, saddened by Saroj Khan's death, paid tribute, said - there was no one like her

After the demise of Saroj Khan, well-known choreographer and film director Remo D'Souza, while talking to ABP News, paid his tribute with a few words.

Remo, saddened by Saroj Khan's death, paid tribute, said - there was no one like her
Remo, saddened by Saroj Khan's death, paid tribute, said - there was no one like her

The late choreographer Saroj Khan, who has been awarded the National Award thrice, "is like no one else will be." After the demise of Saroj Khan, well-known choreographer and film director Remo D'Souza, while speaking to ABP News, paid his tribute with a few words.

 

 

Saroj Khan, who has independently made a different place in Bollywood by choreographing more than one hit song for more than 45 years, died of a heart attack at Gurunanak Hospital in Bandra, Mumbai tonight.

What Remo D'Souza said about the Saroj Khan?

It is noteworthy that Remo D'Souza started his career as a background dancer. In such a situation, Rani Mukerji's first film Raja Ki Aayegi Baaraat released in 1997 was directed by Remo D'Souza as a background dancer by Saroj Khan. Later, when Remo became a film director through 'ABCD', he choreographed and directed Saroj Khan in a song from this film. Apart from Saroj Khan, Prabhu Deva, Ganesh Acharya, and Remo D'Souza were also seen in this song. Remo recounts, "Later, at a party in my house, I also danced fiercely with Saroj Ji. I had a different kind of relationship with her."

 

It is noteworthy that Saroj Khan's last choreographed song was 'Tabha Ho Gaye Hum' of the film 'Kalank' released last year. The song was filmed on Madhuri Dixit, whose credit goes to Saroj Khan for choreographing many brilliant songs in her career. Remo explains, "It has rarely happened that Saroj Khan has choreographed a song with someone else," but I got a chance to choreograph this song with her. There was no place for my happiness at that time Was. I consider myself very lucky for this great opportunity in my career. I will always be thankful to Sarojji. "

Regarding the memories associated with this song from 'Kalank', Remo D'Souza says, "We shot this song for 5 days. Her health was a bit bad even at that time. But when she came on the set and music on If it used to happen, Saroj Ji would get a strange kind of enthusiasm. She always believed in keeping herself busy. "

 

 

On the question of what he learned from Saroj Khan, Remo says, "What is choreography, how much passion and hard work does it take, I learned all from them."

Remo further adds, "I learned from him how to do choreography by understanding the emotion of the song. There was no one like Saroj Khan in this matter. His understanding of classical dance was also amazing. I will always be his admirer."

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