Farah Khan’s career as a choreographer commenced with "Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander” accidentally, it so happened that Saroj Khan the original choreographer could not make it for the Ooty outdoor so Farah Khan who was assisting Mansoor Khan then was entrusted the job of choreographing the song “Pehla Nasha”, rest as it is said is history the song became a rage and the choreography became a trendsetter for Bollywood; the whole song was shot in slow motion.
In an interview Farah Khan stated that she is very sacred of needles and that’s why she insists her doctor to avoid any injections or surgeries.
Farah Khan made her first acting debut in the 1998’s movie Kuch Kuch Hota Hain, where she was the woman on the Neelam show, portraying as a College student who makes fun of Anjali.
In the entire Hindi film industry, Farah Khan remains in second place for the most awards won in the category of Best Choreography, first place being Saroj Khan.
Farah Khan’s and her husband Shirish Kunder’s production company ‘Three’s Company’ is named in honor of their triplets, one son, Czar, and two daughters, Diva and Anya.
Khan had choreographed super pop-star Kylie Minogue for the song "Chiggy Wiggy" in the movie Blue in 2009.
Farah Khan trained Colombian pop star Shakira for a Bollywood version of her hit Hips Don't Lie for the MTV Video Music Awards on 31 August 2006, which was hosted in Radio City Music Hall.
Farah Khan’s directorial debut Main Hoon Naa was a huge success and she became the second female director to be nominated for Filmfare Best Director Award.
Choreographer Farah Khan made her debut in Direction from the film Main Hoon Naa, which was produced by Shah Rukh Khan.
Farah Khan was nominated for a 2004 Tony Award as Best Choreographer, along with collaborator Anthony van Laast, for Bombay Dreams. Also she has won the Filmfare Best Choreography Award five times.
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