Remo D’souza: Big lesson I learned is we only have one life
The director, who was hospitalised for a cardiac problem last month, started the new year by reflecting upon lessons he has learnt through the experience, and thanked the doctors who attended to him
After his recent health crisis, choreographer-filmmaker Remo D'souza on Friday shared that he has realised the importance of living a life full of love instead of hate.
The director, who was hospitalised for a cardiac problem last month, started the new year by reflecting upon the lessons he has learnt through the experience, and thanked the doctors who attended to him. He also shared a picture from the hospital with the medical staff, besides one with his family.
"Well 2020 is over and now it's time for #202won time to get back," he wrote in his Instagram post.
"The one BIG lesson I learned is that we only have one #LIFE, so just #LOVE each other , there is no need of #HATE :) so once again thanks to these #angels and doctors for the lovely support and treatment (#sunilwani) thank you :) and my mom, sisters,brother:))) and my friends my sons @__adonis____ @gabrieldsouzaaa my Santa @lizelleremodsouza love you," he added.
Last month, D'Souza was rushed to hospital after suffering cardiac problems. He underwent angioplasty.
Remo rose to fame as a choreographer, before making his transition into filmmaking with 'F.A.L.T.U' in 2011. He went on to helm 'ABCD: Any Body Can Dance' (2013), 'ABCD 2' (2015) and 'Race 3' (2018). His last directorial 'Street Dancer 3D' starring Varun Dhawan, Nora Fatehi and Shraddha Kapoor, opened in 2020.