Master Remo D'Souza Ki Ek Cute Si Love Story!
It was one of the most endearing moments on Zee TV's Dance India Dance when Master Remo D’Souza blushed like a teenager on stage! Who made the tough guy Remo turn beetroot red? It was none other than Master Geeta Kapur who dedicated an entire act in this week’s Maha-episode of DID on how Remo and his wife, Lizelle, first fell in love with each other years ago. Contestant Paul, who idolizes Master Remo, did full justice to the act with his immaculate sense of timing and display of emotions supported by the beautiful and talented Urvashi.
The theme of the episode was ‘Dedication’ and Master Geeta thought it was the perfect opportunity to show the world the softer side of Master Remo, fondly known as Gabbar. Through Paul and Urvashi’s ultra romantic performance on the songs Pehli nazar mein and Rabba main toh mar gaya, Master Geeta attempted to bring back memories of Remo and Lizelle’s courtship days. Through the act, Geeta showed how the couple, both background dancers met on the dance floor and fell in love after endless clandestine meetings. Geeta said, “Lizelle and I go a long way. Girls share a lot with each other compared to Remo who is usually tight lipped about his personal life. Both of them are very dear to me. I just wanted to take them down memory lane through this act.” Remo was stunned to see his love story being enacted and just could not thank Geeta enough…He just managed mumble a few words in a state of excitement and surprise saying, “Thank you Geeta for such a touching act… I didn’t know you knew so much about me and Lizelle!”
Quipped Grandmaster Mithun Da, "Let me tell everybody that Master Remo was the pioneer of ‘missed call romance’. He used to give 100 missed calls every day on Lizelle’s phone." Said a beetroot red Remo in his defense, "Dada, those were the days when I was struggling to find my feet in the industry and cell phone calls were a staggering Rs 16 a minute." Dada was also the one to break the news that it was Lizelle who proposed to Remo by putting a ring in a champagne bottle.