Choreographer-turned-director Remo D’Souza’s upcoming film’s title was registered under the name of ace choreographer Terence Lewis’s name since 2009. Though Remo and Terence are professional rivals, they came together while judging a dance reality show together.
Says a source, “When Remo was ready with his next film after F.A.L.T.U, he was desperately looking for a good title. When he learnt that Terence had the title he was thinking about, Remo told him that he was keen to have it for his project. Usually, buying a title when its registered with someone is difficult and an expensive proposition. In some cases the owners even refuse. But Terence agreed to it for free because it was a dance film.”
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