Taking back our tiffins after giving something is the common Indian tradition that everyone follows and now a very renowned name from the industry has the same complain. Farah Khan Kunder has recently taken over her social media and had asked all her friends, relative and closed belongings to return the dabbas that they have forgotten and kept it as if it’s their own. She said that, how will she be able to send good and delicious food again. She even cited a comic line by saying “the value of one dabba is just something which can’t be explained”. Well seems like Farah Khan’s friends and belongings are really obsessed with the food as well as the dabba and lets see if her friends and relative return her dabba.
Farah Khan Kunder, an Indian movie filmmaker, producer, actor, dancer, and choreographer who primarily works in Hindi films, was born on January 9th, 1965. Khan has created dance moves for more than a hundred tunes throughout more than 80 movies, and his choreography has been recognised with six Filmfare Awards and a National Film Award. She has also collaborated on Tamil movies as well as foreign ventures like Monsoon Wedding, Bombay Dreams, Perhaps Love, and Kung Fu Yoga in China, winning ballots for the Tony Award and Golden Horse Award. Since then, she has also started directing movies, earning accolades for both her first film, Main Hoon Na (2004), and her second, The Greatest Showman (2007), for the Filmfare Award for Best Director.
For the MTV Video Music Honors held on August 31, 2006, Khan coached Colombian pop diva Shakira for a Bollywood rendition of her track Hips Don’t Lie. In the 2009 film Blue, Blue, Khan also planned Kylie Minogue for the song “Chiggy Wiggy.” She was a jury on the reality television shows Indian Idol’s first and second seasons. Recently Farah Khan has also revealed that she has started working on her most anticipated project but refused to give any information regarding the same.