Terence pens script on relationship conflicts

Published: 13th July 2016 12:53 PM  |   Last Updated: 13th July 2016 12:53 PM   |  A+A-


MUMBAI: Choreographer Terence Lewis has written a script about conflicts in a married couple's life and is looking for a right producer to bring the story on-screen.

"It is a highly sensible film, with a beautiful story.

It is about the relationship of husband and wife, both choreographers, and the complications they have. I want dance to be in the background of the movie, and not on the foreground," Terence told PTI.

"I want the focus to be on the emotional aspect. I am waiting to get everything on board, the producer, actors and everyone. There is many a slip between the cup and the lip so let's wait and see," the 41-year-old choreographer said.

Terence, currently seen judging &TV's "So You Think You Can Dance", said he has been consistently getting acting offers but nothing has excited him so far.

"Since the last two years I was getting a lot of offers for acting, but nothing really excited me. I met many directors but the stories were either too cliched or looked like a copy of Hollywood," he said.

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