Remo D’Souza Age, Wiki, Biography, Wife, Height in feet, Net Worth & Many More

By | September 18, 2022

Ramesh Gopi Nair popularly known as Remo D’Souza is an Indian choreographer, actor, and film director who is known for working in Hindi films. He was born on 2nd April 1974 in Bangalore, Karnataka, India to Gopi and Madhaviyamma Nair. His father was a chef in the Indian Air Force. He has one elder brother and four sisters. He did his schooling at the Air Force School, in Gujarat. During his school days, he was an athlete.

Remo started his career as a dance choreographer. He made his debut as a choreographer in 1995 with the film Bollywood Dreams.

In 1997, Remo made his acting debut with the film Pardes. In the same year, he acted in the film Aflatoon.

In 2000, he worked as a choreographer in the film Dil Pe Mat Le Yaar.

Ehsaas: The Feeling and Tum Bin were his two choreographed films of 2001.

In 2002, Remo worked as a choreographer in seven films.

In 2003, he worked as a choreographer in eight films.

He was seen in the film Meenaxi: A Tale of Three Cities in 2004. In the same year, he choreographed six films including Dhoom.

He worked as a choreographer in nine films in 2005.

In 2006, he choreographed fifteen films.

In 2007, he worked as an assistant director in the film, Lal Pahare’r Katha. He also worked as a choreographer in twelve films.

He choreographed eleven films in 2008, including Bhoothnath, Singh Is Kinng and Rock On!!  

In 2009, he worked as a choreographer in four films.

Enthiran was his only choreographed film of 2010.

Remo made his directorial debut with the film F.A.L.T.U in 2011. In the same year, he also worked as a choreographer in eight films.

In 2012, he worked as a choreographer for the film Student of the Year.

In 2013, he directed his second film Body Can Dance. He choreographed seven films that year including Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, and Krrish 3.

He worked as a choreographer in six films in 2014, including 2 States. In the same year, he produced the film DOA Death of Amar and acted in the film, Entertainment.

In 2015, he directed the film ABCD 2. During the same year, he worked as a choreographer in five films, including Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Bajirao Mastani, and Dilwale.

In 2016, he directed the film A Flying Jatt and also worked as a choreographer in the film.

In 2018, Remo directed the film Race 3. He worked as a producer for the film Nawabzaade in the same year. He also acted in the film Zero that year. He worked as a choreographer in two films that year.

Student of the Year 2 and Kalank was his two choreographed movies of 2019.

In 2020, he directed and produced the film Street Dancer 3D. He also worked as a choreographer in the film.

In 2021, he produced the film Time to Dance. He also worked as a choreographer in the film.

He has an upcoming film, ABCD 3.

Apart from it, he also appeared in several music videos.

Remo made his television debut in 2009 as a judge in Dance India Dance Season 1. He also appeared as a judge in several television shows, such as Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 4, Dance Ke Superstars, Dance Plus, Dance Champions etc.

He married costume designer Lizelle Watkins. Together, they have two sons, Dhruv and Gabriel.

NameRamesh Gopi Nair
Nick NameRemo
ProfessionActor, Director, Choreographer
Date of Birth2 April 1972
Age48 Years *(2022)
Birth PlaceBengaluru, India
NationalityIndian
HometownJamnagar, Gujarat, India
SchoolNot Known
CollageNot Known
DebutChoreography: Bollywood Dreams (1995)
Directorial: F.A.L.T.U (2011)
Acting: Aflatoon (1997)
ReligionHinduism
Zodiac SignAries

Remo D’Souzaa Career

  • Remo started his career as a dance choreographer. He made his debut as a choreographer in 1995 with the film Bollywood Dreams.
  • In 1997, Remo made his acting debut with the film Pardes. In the same year, he acted in the film Aflatoon.
  • In 2000, he worked as a choreographer in the film Dil Pe Mat Le Yaar.
  • Ehsaas: The Feeling and Tum Bin were his two choreographed films of 2001.
  • In 2002, Remo worked as a choreographer in seven films.
  • In 2003, he worked as a choreographer in eight films.
  • He was seen in the film Meenaxi: A Tale of Three Cities in 2004. In the same year, he choreographed six films including Dhoom.
  • He worked as a choreographer in nine films in 2005.
  • In 2006, he choreographed fifteen films.
  • In 2007, he worked as an assistant director in the film, Lal Pahare’r Katha. He also worked as a choreographer in twelve films.
  • He choreographed eleven films in 2008, including Bhoothnath, Singh Is Kinng and Rock On!!  
  • In 2009, he worked as a choreographer in four films.
  • Enthiran was his only choreographed film of 2010.
  • Remo made his directorial debut with the film F.A.L.T.U in 2011. In the same year, he also worked as a choreographer in eight films.
  • In 2012, he worked as a choreographer for the film Student of the Year.
  • In 2013, he directed his second film Body Can Dance. He choreographed seven films that year including Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, and Krrish 3.
  • He worked as a choreographer in six films in 2014, including 2 States. In the same year, he produced the film DOA Death of Amar and acted in the film, Entertainment.
  • In 2015, he directed the film ABCD 2. During the same year, he worked as a choreographer in five films, including Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Bajirao Mastani, and Dilwale.
  • In 2016, he directed the film A Flying Jatt and also worked as a choreographer in the film.
  • In 2018, Remo directed the film Race 3. He worked as a producer for the film Nawabzaade in the same year. He also acted in the film Zero that year. He worked as a choreographer in two films that year.
  • Student of the Year 2 and Kalank was his two choreographed movies of 2019.
  • In 2020, he directed and produced the film Street Dancer 3D. He also worked as a choreographer in the film.
  • In 2021, he produced the film Time to Dance. He also worked as a choreographer in the film.
  • He has an upcoming film, ABCD 3.
  • Apart from it, he also appeared in several music videos.
  • Remo made his television debut in 2009 as a judge in Dance India Dance Season 1. He also appeared
  • as a judge in several television shows, such as Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 4, Dance Ke Superstars, Dance Plus, Dance Champions etc.

Remo D’Souzaa Family 

Father Name Gopi Nair (Air force officer)
Mother Name Madhaviyamma (Housewife)
Brother Ganesh Gopi (Elder)
Sister 3 (Younger)
Wife Lizelle D’Souza

Remo D’Souzaa Relationship / Marital Status & Many More 

Marital Status Married
Affairs / Girlfriend Lizelle D’Souza
Wife/ Spouse Lizelle D’Souza
Marriage date N/A
Marriage Place N/A
ChildrenDaughter- N/A
Son- Gabriel D’Souza and Dhruv D’Souza
Lizelle D’Souza Wife.

Remo D’Souzaa Physical Stats

HeightIn Centimeter – 165 cm
In Meter – 1.65 m
In feet & inches – 5’5
WeightIn Kilogram- 54 Kg
In Pounds – 119lbs
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBrown

Remo D’Souzaa Favourite 

Favorite Actor Salman KhanHrithik Roshan
Favorite Actress Madhuri Dixit
Favorite Dancer  Michael Jackson
Favorite Movie N/A
Favorite CuisineIndian Food
Favorite Color Black
Favorite Sport Cricket
Favorite Destination New York

Remo D’Souzaa Education 

School Not Known
Collage Not Known
Educational Qualification Not Known

Remo D’Souzaa Net Worth

Net WorthN/A
SalaryN/A
Income SourceN/A
Car CollectionN/A

Some Unknown facts about Remo D’Souzaa

  • Does Remo Smoke? N/A
  • Does Remo Drinks alcohol? N/A
  • Remo originally belongs to a Hindu family, but later, he converted his religion into Christianity.
  • He is a famous Indian Choreographer and has worked in several hits movies.
  • Shah Rukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan, and Madhuri Dixit Nene are her favorite actors and actress.
  • He believed Michael Jackson is his inspiration.
  • She has a passion for dancing and after completing his graduation, he opened a dance class Super Brats at Churni Road, with 4 students.
  • With is Goodluck and hard work, he got a chance to work as an assistant with a choreographer for the Bollywood film  ‘Rangeela.’

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