Farah Khan Kunder is an Indian movie director, producer, actor, dancer, as well as a choreographer who is best known for her works in Bollywood movies. Khan has choreographed dance sequences for above a hundred songs including over 80 movies, receiving six Filmfare Awards as well as the National Film Award for Best Choreography. She’s additionally collaborated on Tamil cinema and foreign productions including Marigold: An Adventure in India, Monsoon Wedding, Bombay Dreams, and also the Chinese movies Perhaps Love and Kung Fu Yoga, for which she received Tony and Golden Horse Award nominations.
She has now gone on to become a movie director, receiving nominations for the Filmfare Best Director Award for both her first and second films, Main Hoon Na (2004) as well as Om Shanti Om (2007).
While Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” music video was aired, Farah Khan had been a sociology student at St. Xavier’s College in Bombay. She was just so moved that, despite never having performed previously, this became her career. She taught herself to perform then formed a dancing company through her own. Khan took over as choreographer following Saroj Khan left the movie Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar. There were many other songs after that.
Farah Khan first revealed her ambitions to helm Happy New Year in 2005, but there have been several setbacks and casting transformations over the past. As of 2012, the plan was believed to have been in the process once more. In 2014, the movie was eventually released.
Again for MTV Video Music Awards on August 31, 2006, Khan coached Colombian pop singer Shakira for a Bollywood rendition of her single Hips Don’t Lie. Khan additionally choreographed Kylie Minogue there in 2009 film Blue again for song “Chiggy Wiggy.” She was indeed a judge on the reality television program Indian Idol as well as presented the celebrities talk show Tere Mere Beach Mein.
Currently, Farah Khan is 56 Years old.