Farah slams ru­mours about Sa­nia biopic

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Entertainment -

I don’t know where these ru­mours are com­ing from. Right now I’m not plan­ning a biopic on Sa­nia

Farah Khan, film­maker

Chore­og­ra­pher-film­maker Farah Khan (above) has de­nied re­ports that she’s plan­ning a biopic on ten­nis star Sa­nia Mirza (right) as of now. How­ever, she says she may think about such a pro­ject some­time in the fu­ture. The buzz started af­ter Sa­nia at­tended an Eid lunch or­gan­ised by the film- maker.

When asked about the biopic, Farah says: “I don’t know where these ru­mours are com­ing from. Right now I am not plan­ning any­thing like this, but you have given me the idea ... so I will think about it.”

Mean­while, Farah’s jour­ney from chore­og­ra­phy to di­rec­tion has been turned into a book by lyri­cist Anand Bak­shi’s son Rakesh. Talk­ing about the story, Khan, who has helmed films such as Main Hoon Na (2004), Om Shanti Om (2007) and Happy New Year (2014), says that she is of the opin­ion that mak­ing a film is not cake­walk and any­one who’s man­aged a film re­lease de­serves im­mense praise.

“I think any­body who has made a movie in our in­dus­try is out­stand­ing and in­spi­ra­tional. It takes a lot of ‘pa­pads to be­lao’ (enor­mous toil­ing) whether you’re a man, woman, an­i­mal or any­thing. If you get a movie re­leased, hats off to you,” says the 50-year-old film­maker.

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