Farah Khan who spoke about his brother, Sajid Khan who is accused of #MeToo for the first time said that it’s unfair how social media trials are so dangerous and can happen to anyone in the course of time.
Farah is also making headlines as she is planning for Satte Pe Satta sequel in collaboration with Rohit Shetty. Reports were Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone were in talks for lead roles.
In an interview with Bollywood Hungama Farah spoke about the profit and loss exhibitors made after her films are released to which she replied, “So exhibitors spend a lot of money in buying our films. Theatre owners and distributors at times go kangaal if your movie flops. Ghar bik jaate hai logon ke since they bought it at such a high rate. That’s why you hear of stars like Salman Khan who return the money when his films flop because the distributors can go bankrupt with just one movie. So for me, it’s always heartening to know that it’s a boom time for everybody thanks my film. Who cares if one or two critics have not liked it!”
The Main Hoon Na director was asked if she would like to release her future films dubbed in different Indian languages considering the trend going on these days. To this Farah answered, “Yes, why not? But I should have a great script that does justice to actors of both the industry. Otherwise, the fans in the South will kill me if I don’t portray their heroes well because they are fanatical about them! But yeah it’s a great idea. I can take one actor from Punjab, one from the South and one from Hindi movies!”