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EXCLUSIVE: Katrina Kaif – Varun Dhawan – Jacqueline Fernandez To Team Up For India’s Biggest Dance Film

T-Series recently announced that Remo D’Souza would direct India’s biggest dance film till date and the film will release on 8th November 2019. The producers confirmed that the film would star few of the biggest A-List actors from the industry and an announcement taking the star-cast shall be made on 19th March 2019.

The announcement has got everyone excited about the film. A source reveals, “The film has 3 principal characters and Remo D’Souza has already signed Katrina Kaif and Varun Dhawan. For the third character, the director is in talks with two actresses, i.e. Jacqueline Fernandez and Vaani Kapoor, however, is yet to sign the contract with either of them. Just like ABCD 2, even this film will be shot in 3D.

While the speculations are rife that the film in question is ABCD 3, we hear that it is an independent dance film. Commenting on the shooting status of the film, the source said, “The film will go on floors by January/February next year since Remo D’Souza will be busy with Race 3 till June. A lot of pre-production needs to be done, as the plan is to serve the audience with world class dance moves. Before going on floors, the entire cast of the film will undergo training sessions and workshops. The film will be shot in India and abroad.

The movie will be shot on a massive budget, and the makers are confident that the presence of A-List stars in the film would increase the audience base for the dance genre in India. Remo D’Souza’s favourite i.e. Dharmesh Yelande will also star in the film.

Currently, Remo D’Souza is busy shooting for the Thailand schedule of Race 3 starring Salman Khan in lead. The shooting for the film will be wrapped up by mid-April, following which he will get busy with the post-production of the film. D’Souza has put his dance film with Salman Khan, which was reportedly titled Dancing Dad on hold.

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