Ace Choreographer-director Prabhu Deva unveiled a wax statue of himself at the Lonavala Celebrity wax museum in Pune, yesterday, September 3.
Prabhu Deva, 40, who shifted to Bollywood filmmaking with Wanted following an illustrious career in Southern film industry, said he is 'touched' to be a part of it.
"Hi friends, Today is a very important day for me.. Just unveiled my wax statue for the Lonavla wax museum.. I'm touched!! Sharing a pic with you'll.. Sunil and his team have done a great job with my statue. Friends thanks a lot for all your sweet msges for the statue and all the love. Really touched!!" Prabhu Deva posted on Twitter.
The ace choreographer's statue stood in his trademark style of putting his hands inside the pockets of a grey suit. Prabhu Deva became the second Bollywood personality to share the space after playback singer Hariharan.
Prabhu Deva is known as Indian's Micheal Jackson for his fast-paced dance movements. He started his career from Tamil industry as a dance choreographer, later he directed many South Indian movies.
Prabhu Deva made his directorial debut in Bollywood with Salman Khan starrer Wanted in 2009. Presently, he is active in Bollywood and is working with Shahid Kapoor for Rambo Rajkumar, which is slated to release by this year end. (Inputs from PTI)