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A renowned choreographer who also became a very successful filmmaker, Farah Khan has sort of gone back to her roots this year by choreographing two popular song sequences - Tareefan, from Veere Di Wedding; and the recently released Zingaat, from Dhadak.

Right from the start, she has shared a fantastic equation with both the Khans — Shah Rukh and Salman.

Film-maker Farah Khan is itching to get back to direction. Her last release was Happy New Year (2014).

This multi-starrer, which is helmed by choregrapher turned filmmaker Farah Khan, will see the coming together of Bollywood biggies such as Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonu Sood and Boman Irani among others.

For Muslims around the world, this time of the year is special as it’s the occasion to celebrate yet another Eid. This year, however, Bollywood celebs and television actors seem to be occupied with work, with little time to take in the revelry. We ask four of them about their plans today.

Filmmaker Farah Khan, the latest guest on Kapil Sharma's TV show, Comedy Nights With Kapil, gifted the comedian a Ganesha idol as a good luck charm, when she visited the show's new set.

Farah Khan had put her Bollywood clout to good use for her debut directorial, Om Shanti Om (2007).

As Sachin walked in to bat on Day 2 of Test match with West Indies, Wankhede stadium erupted in a roar. The echo of that undulating chanting was felt all the way on Twitter which was inundated with tweets and hashtags on Sachin Tendulkar.

Farah Khan managed the rare feat of bringing 31 cinestars together for a song in Om Shanti Om. For her new film Happy New Year, she has been busy handling a cast of six. The filmmaker opens up on how she handles multiple stars.

Almost a week after Kangana Ranaut once again took on Bollywood bigwigs (Hrithik Roshan, Adhyayan Suman, Aditya Pancholi), Bollywood filmmaker-choreographer Farah Khan has asked her to stop ???playing the woman card???.

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