After working with Shraddha Kapoor and Varun Dhawan in the upcoming dance drama "ABCD2", actor-director Prabhudheva says he is bowled over by the young actors' talent and hard work.
Prabhudheva, Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor
The 42-year-old ace choregrapher reprises the role of Vishnu sir in the sequel to the Remo D'Souza-directed 2013 film.
"Varun and Shraddha have done a terrific job. They have danced their heart out. At least once a day I used to talk to Remo about their performance and the hard work put in by them.
They have done amazing job," Prabhudheva told PTI.
The "R...Rajkumar" director was in the city along with the actors to promote his upcoming film "ABCD 2", scheduled to hit theatres this Friday.
Prabhudheva, who has a successful career down South too, said Bollywood and Kollywood are quite different from each other.
"There is a lot of difference not only in Bollywood and Kollywood or Tollywood whatever you call it, but also between each film artist - right from the cameraman to the producer to the director.... So on and so forth," he said.
The filmmaker said his decision of joining the showbiz world just happened suddenly.
"It just happened. As a hero; as a choreographer and as a director - all these happened all of a sudden," he said.
Prabhudheva, who has directed Salman Khan, Ajay Devgn and Akshay Kumar, is busy shooting his next directorial venture "Singh is Bling", expected to hit screens on October 2.