After a blast success of ABCD, choreographer incited executive Remo D’Souza was handed a golden keys to a sequel. On a stormy night in Dec 2013, he hold an puncture assembly with his tip coronet to transport out ideas for a new film. A tiny apportionment of what transpired during that assembly has been transcribed for your pleasure:
RDS: Alright boys…
Black Suit 1: (Makes rhythmic noises with his mouth)
Black Suit 2: Yo I’ma get on da building ‘n daub dat who…
RDS: Boys, boys, stop it. we don’t wish a beatbox. This ain’t practice, this is a genuine shiz.
BS 1: Oh sir, have we procured a keys to a ABCD sequel?
RDS: That’s right b1tch3zz, we did it!
BS 2: You did it sir!
RDS: Of course, yet it’s 11:15, my tact minute.
BS 1 and 2 both lean their heads laterally and go ‘Awww!’
RDS: But that’s adequate fun, let’s speak business. The supplement will be about a garland of rookie dancers from Nalasopara, creation it big.
BS 1: The supplement naturally has to be bigger in budget?
BS 2: And also set in phoren locales?
RDS: This is a apparent stuff. Tell me something we haven’t already suspicion about.
BS 1: Sir, let’s expel someone large this time. Someone from mainstream Bollywood rather than tangible genuine dancers.
RDS: This is your large idea? I’m cancelling your Prabhudheva mangle dance education benefits.
BS 1: Sir listen, it’s indeed a good idea. Bigger stars meant bigger box bureau returns.
BS 2: It’ll only make a film a bigger materialisation than expected.
RDS: What about a fact that nothing of a stream Bollywood chaps can dance even if we threatened them with pitchforks dipped in lava? we need flawlessness and beauty in my dance movie.
BS 1: Sir there is indeed one such star. His entrance film was positively grotesque, yet he’s delivered a garland of hits and won a few vicious hearts recently.
BS 2: And he can dance his donkey off. Plus he looks superb shirtless.
BS 1: Varun Dhawan.
BS 2: And we can use his accent to his advantage. He naturally sounds like someone from Nalasopara.
RDS: Ah perfect. And given we need to shoehorn a adore story, let’s expel another arriving star in a womanlike lead. Here collect a card.
BS 1 picks a card. It’s a black of diamonds.
RDS: Ok Shraddha Kapoor it is then. Though my dancer squad of Raghav Juyal, Dharmesh Yelande and a rest will make her demeanour unequivocally terrible on a dance floor. How would that make winning a foe demeanour plausible to a audience?
BS 2: Sir, that’s easy, let’s give Shraddha’s impression a feet turn so that Lauren Gottlieb could simply reinstate her and flog some mangle dancing ass.
RDS: Excellent. And we wish to make this film even some-more jingoistic than a prior one. The assembly has to feel each unit of their physique writhing in jingoist pride.
BS 1: Sir, all we need to do is hit famed lyricist Mayur Puri to spin Vande Mataram and other nationalistic songs into hip bound garbage.
BS 2: And make a heroes dance their butts off draped in tricolour.
RDS: Sanskit shlokas rendered in crappy and general swat – a winning combo. The song frequency matters though, a dance stairs will blow everybody divided anyway.
BS 1: Yes sir, Prabhudheva can mangle dance even to Edith Piaf.
RDS: All this sounds good, yet I’ve faced a bit of slam for borrowing a Step Up regulation for ABCD and creation tons of money.
BS 1: Sir we could make a tract a meta matter – by creation a protagonists ashamed duplicate cats who get one possibility of emancipation with originality.
BS 2: You wouldn’t even have to make a bid to wobble a ‘story’ around a 3 hundred dance sequences.
RDS: You boys are on glow today! Do a cartwheel after this assembly for free.
BS 1 and 2 curtsy appreciatively.
RDS: Let’s set this once in Las Vegas. I’ll even get married there to my one and loyal adore – dance.
BS 1: Sir, yet don’t make a film too smart, make certain we chuck in some foolish elements.
BS 2: Like a mistake poser turn that unravels into something cringe-inducing. Or a sore try to settle an emo son’s guarantee to his mom – something that will make a melodrama-digging assembly yell in delight.
RDS: With we both around, we know because we called these films ABCD – Any Body Can Direct.