Motherhood teaches you priorities in life: Farah Khan (Movie Snippets)
New Delhi, Feb 20 (IANS) Filmmaker and choreographer Farah Khan, who has triplets with husband Shirish Kunder, says becoming a mother has taught her priorities in her life.
Farah welcomed her nine-year-old triplets — Car, Diva and Anya — with IVF treatment.
Asked how has motherhood helped her evolve as a person, Farah told IANS over phone: “It teaches priorities in life, so you become less stressed and you know what are the important things in life. I dedicate my time to that.”
The 52-year-old filmmaker says she doesn’t bother about other people and what they say “because it has made me a much happier person. It has made me a kinder person”.
On the work front, Farah is currently seen judging Sony Entertainment Television channel’s ninth season of the singing reality show “Indian Idol”. She also choreographed a dance sequence for the film “Kung Fu Yoga” starring Jackie Chan and Sonu Sood.
Dhanush congratulates Swara on new film’s poster
Actor Dhanush on Monday congratulated and wished actress Swara Bhaskar on the release of her new film’s poster “Anaarkali of Aarah”.
They had worked together in 2013 romantic-drama “Ranjhanaa”, and have remained great friends since then.
“Looking fabulous, Swara. Looking forward. All the very best. Cast your magic spell on us once again,” Dhanush tweeted.
On Monday, filmmaker Karan Johar released the film’s poster which features Swara in a feisty avatar.
In the film, she plays an erotic singer who hails from Aarah, Bihar.
Directed by Avinash Das, the film is slated for release on March 24.
‘Masakali’ made me famous: Sonam Kapoor
Remember Sonam Kapoor swaying to the tunes of Oscar-winning music composer A.R. Rahman’s “Masakali” with a pigeon on her head in “Delhi-6”? The actress says the song made her famous.
“Delhi-6”, which tells the story of an NRI, who returns with his ailing grandmother to his homeland and gets caught in a bizarre temple-mosque dispute arising out of monkey man menace in the heart of Delhi, clocked eight years of its release on the siver screen on Monday.
“The song that made me famous! I remember this so well, I was young joyful with no worries in the world,” Sonam tweeted on Monday.
The “Neerja” actress also said that the song was a symbol of freedom.
“‘Masakali’ was a symbol of freedom and love… Abhishek Bachchan and Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra… Eight years of ‘Delhi-6’,” she added.
The actress will next be seen in “Veere Di Wedding”. She will be seen sharing screen space with actresses Kareena Kapoor Khan and Swara Bhaskar.