Remo D’Souza was born as Ramesh Gopi on 2 April 1972 (age 47 years; as in 2019) in Bangaluru, India. His Zodiac sign is Aries. He did his schooling from Air Force School, Jamnagar, Gujarat.
Height: 5′ 7″
Weight: 60 kg
Body Measurements: Chest 38″, Waist 30″, Biceps 12″
Eye Colour: Brown
Hair Colour: Black
Family, Caste & Wife
He has an elder brother named Ganesh Gopi, and four sisters. One of his sister’s name is Devaki Kurup.
The couple has two sons Dhruv and Gabriel.
He started his career as a backup dancer in film Rangeela (1995).
He got his first break in the movie “Dil Pe Mat Le Yaar!! (2000).” He choreographed an item number called “Ishq Samundar” from the film Kaante (2000), which became the turning point of his career.
He judged the dance reality show called “Dance India Dance (DID)” and has judged many dance shows since then. He made his directorial debut with the movie “F.A.L.T.U.”
He has made India’s first 3D dance movie “ABCD – AnyBody Can Dance (2013).”
He made his first acting debut with the movie “Aflatoon (1997)” as main leads friend.
There was news regarding Salman Khan and Remo that Salman might have felt offended by Remo’s comments on the failure of Race 3. In an interview, he talked about the incompletion of the script and putting the feet down when it’s needed before the producers. He also talked about how he felt that as a director he should have initiated more on the film. Some reports said that he talked about Salman Khan serving as a ‘Ghost Director’ of the movie. However, Remo cut-off the rumours saying that his words have been misinterpreted and there is nothing like Salman Khan directing him. He added that Salman listened to him and he is very precious to him for being the actor for giving him the biggest break of his life.
- National Award for the Best Choreography for the song “Deewani Mastani” of the film “Bajirao Mastani” in 2016
- Filmfare Award for the Best Choreography for the song “Deewani Mastani” of the film “Bajirao Mastani” in 2016
- After completing his schooling in Gujrat, he moved to Mumbai to find scope in dancing and opened dancing classes called ‘Super Brats’ at Churni Road.
- He lived in Bandra Station, Mumbai during his days of struggle.
- He never received any formal training in dance but idolised Michael Jackson.
- The first video of Michael Jackson he saw was ‘Thriller.’
- His first performance was in M. P. Shah Auditorium Townhall, Jamnagar.
- In his school days, he was good at playing sprint, shot put, karate, and basketball.
- When he used to study in class 9, he became friends with some hooligans. There were ongoing murders at that time. During the police investigation, it was found out that he accompanied the hooligans. The police entered his house for the first time. That was the first incident that changed the course of his life and made him reflect on his life.
- He came to Mumbai when some fraudsters gave him an offer to be an actor. He convinced his family and came to Mumbai with an amount of ₹ 2600. The fraudsters took all the money he had and asked him to come next week. When he went there a week later, the office had gone.