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Remo D’Souza has also become a victim of apartheid, defeating weakness by making strength strong

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Mumbai. Racism is still intact in every corner of the country. The glimpse of which is always seen in the Bollywood corridors. Bollywood director and best dance choreographer Remo D’Souza has put his side on this. In addition, Remo has also told how he was trolled for his complexion in the early days of his career and how much criticism he has faced due to this.

Regarding racism, Remo D’Souza Racism said that at an early age people started commenting on him for his color. Due to which he was very sad. According to Remo D’Souza, people used to comment on his color and make fun of him. However, at first Remo used to leave it silently but later he decided to fight it and decided to take a stand. At the same time, he also raised his voice against racism as it grew.

Talking about apartheid, Remo D’Souza said, ‘Racism is a bitter reality especially in small towns and villages. Which you have to accept. Racism happens everywhere and it is true. I have faced this since childhood because of my color. However, I decided to deal with it myself. Apartheid is not only spread in India but also abroad. Which I have experienced myself.

Remo D’Souza further said, ‘The inappropriate comments from people inspired me even more for my goal. I decided to stop people’s speech with my work and I also succeeded in it. You should never let your weaknesses dominate you, but you should use them to make yourself even stronger.

Recently Remo D’Souza had a heart attack. They have returned home after defeating whom. They are also moving forward in their normal life. Remos are also more active on social media. Also, they are seen sharing details related to themselves with the fans.

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