South Indian dancer-turned-actor-turned-director, Prabhudeva is set to burst onto our screens again in February of next year with Hindi film "ABCD (Any Body Can Dance)". The talented performer has directed a number of films including "Pokkiri" and "Villu", and recently the Hindi film "Rowdy Rathore". He has also been acting for over 20 years, beginning his acting career in the Tamil film industry. In 2002, he made his acting debut in Bollywood with "Agni Varsha", and has since starred in a number of films in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam.
ABCD is the first 3D dance film to be made in India, and it has been directed by top choreographer Remo D’Souza. Prabhudeva and Ganesh Acharya (choreographer for films such as Rang De Basanti) star in the film, as well as contestants from India’s TV dance competition "Dance India Dance".
Check out the trailer for the film below: