Remo D’Souza suffers from heart attack, admitted to hospital in Mumbai

Filmmaker-choreographer Remo D’Souza suffered a heart attack on Friday. He is admitted to Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai and underwent angioplasty and is now stable.

The director, 46, is in the intensive care unit at Kokilaben hospital, the PTI news agency reported.

“He had a heart attack. There was a blockage. So far, doctors have performed an angiogram and he is currently in intensive care,” according to sources.

Hospital sources said the “Race 3” director was admitted today afternoon.

“It is stable now and under observation,” the report said.

D’Souza is one of the leading choreographers working in Bollywood, having worked on films such as “Tum Bin“, “Kaante“, “Dhoom“, “Rock On” and “Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani“.

He received the award for Best Choreography for Deewani Mastani by Bajirao Mastani at the 63rd National Film Awards. He has also judged reality shows like Dance Plus, Dance India Dance and Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa.

As a director, he has directed films such as “F.A.L.T.U“, “ABCD“, “A Flying Jatt“, “Race 3” and more recently “Street Dancer“.

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