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Farah Khan, now a successful filmmaker, started her career in Indian cinema as a choreographer 25 years ago with Aamir Khan-starrer ‘Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar’. She feels fortunate for having got love and opportunities in filmdom. When ‘Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar’ released on May 22, 1992, the audience swayed to the moves choreographed by her. She went on to choreograph for films like ‘1942: A Love Story’, ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’ and ‘Dil To Pagal Hai’.

Her directorial debut, ‘Main Hoon Na’ in 2004, turned out to be a big hit. Thankful for her successful career, Farah said in a statement: “I’m so fortunate to be able to do what I love for the last 25 years. The constant love and support from the industry and my fans have been overwhelming.” Her last directorial venture, ‘Happy New Year’, released in 2014.

Mumbai, May 21 (IANS) Farah Khan, now a successful filmmaker, started her career in Indian cinema as a choreographer 25 years ago with Aamir Khan-starrer “Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar”. She feels fortunate for having got love and opportunities in filmdom.At a media interaction on Saturday, the members of the band said: “Farah Khan is like our guardian here. It’s an honour to work with a prestigious director like her. It was an incredibly fun shoot.”

Asked how they liked India, the band said: “India is an awesome country, full of surprises. We had a great time.” Talking about her shooting experience, the “”Happy New Year” director said, “I am the oldest in the group. I loved working with them and they are quite hard working at this age. They are very punctual and did the Bollywood moves really well.” Farah also said that the boys did some stunts while riding auto-rickshaws and buses. About the performances, the band said, “The weather was really hot and we were on the back of a rickshaw but it was fun. Actually, we don’t do stunts much, so we tried. There was a trained stuntman too.” “It is different to see a music video shot in a different part of the world because we normally shoot in Los Angeles, Spain or London. It was really interesting to see the same equipments are being used but in a different way,” they added.