"He (Remo) has made a good film, 'ABCD'. He has made a film beyond what I expected. He got the right content, done the story nicely, and its production value is also good... In totality, the film has come out to be good," Ganesh said here Tuesday in an interview.
"I believe when this first 3D dance film will come out, Remo will benefit a lot and he should. He has worked hard... he is very good," he added.
Ganesh says he never interfered with Remo's choreography in the film.
"I never felt that if I am a choreographer, I should choreograph something in Remo's film. In 'ABCD', I did what Remo said. There was no input from me," he said.
"ABCD - AnyBody Can Dance" also stars Prabhudheva, Kay Kay Menon, dancers Dharmesh, Salman Yusuff Khan, Mayuresh and Vrushali, among others.
The film is slated for a February release next year.
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