Thursday, December 06, 2012
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Choreographer Salman Yusuf Khan, who will be seen in Remo Dsouza's directorial "ABCD - Any Body Can Dance", says the dance based movie is suitable for family viewing.
"Like I always try to bring something new, similarly our whole ABCD team has tried to make something like that. When we were making the movie, we all decided on one thing - that we have to make this film in such a manner that even we don't dare to make its sequel, that even we are forced to think a thousand times before planning a sequel," the 27-year-old said here Wednesday in an interview.
"We had to put in so much. It is a family movie. I am guaranteeing you 200 per cent entertainment, entertainment and entertainment. It will be fun," he added.
Meanwhile, Salman is excited about dabbling in acting, and says it is wisest to be multi-talented these days.
"I feel our generation is a generation of people like Farhan Akhtar, who can act, direct and sing. Similarly, I am letting my creativity flow and as an actor, Inshallah, you will have a lot more to see in me because I feel it is a completely new genre and a new arena for me to explore," he said.
Salman became popular after winning dance reality show "Dance India Dance", and he was later seen as a choreographer in "Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 4 - Dancing with the Stars" and "Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 5 - Dancing with the stars".
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