Choreographer-director Remo D'Souza is ecstatic that his movie "ABCD 2" has danced away into the Rs.100 crore club, but he says the intent was merely to strike the right chords with the audience.
"ABCD 2", starring Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor and Prabhudheva, crossed the Rs.100 crore mark at the Bollywood box office last week.
At the success party of the film here, Varun said: “The first thing that I would like to say is that we didn't make the film with the purpose of earning Rs.100 crore at the box office. And I don't think Remo sir has anything of that sort in his heart.”
Remo supported Varun, and said: "I didn't make the film so that I could earn a lot of money. I made the film fully with my heart and the audience for whom I made the film have liked it. So, I'm very happy.”
The success of "ABCD 2", a sequel to the the 2013 film "ABCD: Anybody Can Dance", "ABCD 2", has also encouraged Remo to think about making a third instalment too in the franchise.