After proving himself as an actor and filmmaker, Prabhudheva's next goal is to open a dance institute and the actor-filmmaker admits it won't be easy to fulfil the dream.
Prabhudheva earned a name for himself in the 1990s for moving his body effortlessly to the groovy beats in songs like "Urvashi, Urvashi", "Muqabla, Muqabla", "Kay Sera sera". He mastered the Western dance forms like jazz and hip hop and recently impressed with his performance in the song "Go, go Govinda".
"Yes, I'm planning to start a dance school. But it will take a little time, as I have to do it well. It is something that is close to my heart," he told IANS.
He further added: "It is not easy to open a dance institute... I will have to give my 100 percent to it but, of course, that is my goal and certainly on the cards."
Though he is determined to open the dance institute, he hasn't made up his mind about the location. The 39-year-old is active in both Bollywood and southern cinema and shuttles between Mumbai and Chennai and is likely to open the dance school in either of the cities.
As an actor, Prabhudheva did films like "Kadhalan" and "Raasaiyya" and directed hits like "Pokkiri", "Wanted" and "Rowdy Rathore".
As an actor, he will be seen in forthcoming 3D dance drama "ABCD - Anybody Can Dance" and as a director he is currently busy with romantic drama "Ramaiya Vastavaiya", which stars Shruti Haasan and Girish Kumar, producer Kumar Taurani's son.