Remo D’Souza was well aware of Sushant’s dancing potentiality for a long time. Remo was on the judge’s table of the 4th season of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa (JDJ) where Sushant participated as a contestant and won the runner-up crown. Remo recalls his caliber about consuming the stage whenever he used to step in. He talks as Sushant offered for a ‘dance film together’.
In course of an interview session with a daily Remo goes back and says, “Sushant wanted to do a dance film. When he had come on my show, Dance+, for the promotion of one of his movies, he had asked me to work on a dance film with him. I wish I could have.” Even during their last meet “Sushant had casually told me, ‘Sir, you know I am a good dancer, let’s do a dance film together.’ I get goosebumps when I think of that conversation.”
He drives, “Sushant was an amazing dancer. Right from his first performance on JDJ, we knew he had the potential to win. To me, he was a winner. In fact, I was surprised he lost. He was such a good-looking boy, who owned the stage each time he stepped on it…I’ve always believed that either you are a born dancer or you are a trained dancer. Sushant was a blend of both. He was the perfect mix, someone who learned different forms and performed them with perfection. You could see the finish and finesse, something that I saw while he scorched the JDJ dance floor.”