Filmmaker Farah Khan on Tuesday took to Instagram to share a priceless throwback image of actors Shah Rukh Khan, Karisma Kapoor, Karan Johar, Tabu, who are actually superstars. The outdated picture is from the 90s on the time of Filmfare Awards 1998. At that point, Kareena was a young person and was not into films. Other than this, the pic additionally included Babita Kapoor, Jitesh Pillai, Khalid Mohamed, who was the editor at the moment. While sharing the pic, Farah captioned the picture as, “This is a throwback ka throwback photo!! I think it was posted Filmfare awards 1998.. @iamsrk n @therealkarismakapoor had won for #diltohpaagalhai .. @tabutiful n i had won for #viraasat .. @kareenakapoorkhan wasn’t even in the movies as yet.. @karanjohar n me as usual were doing filmy poses. @khalidmohamed9487 was editor n main man ! #babita aunty the proud mama n @jiteshpillaai who is now editor n Shahrukh s erstwhile secretary Anwar are also there .. #howyoungwerewe”. Also Read – Deepika Padukone Recalls Criticism She Faced For Om Shanti Om, Says ‘People Made Fun Of My Accent, It Was Hurtful’
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On Monday, Farah’s social media accounts had been hacked. The safety of her social media accounts have been compromised and efforts are on to revive her profiles. Farah mentioned whereas each her Twitter and Instagram pages had been hacked, she was in a position to reinstate the latter because of her husband, director Shirish Kunder. “My Twitter account has been hacked as of last evening. Please do not click or reply if you get any message from it as it maybe used to hack into your account too…” she wrote in a photograph message shared on Instagram.
On the work entrance, Farah Khan has joined fingers with filmmaker Rohit Shetty for her subsequent enterprise. Farah had mentioned that they’re making a extremely massive, huge Bollywood musical film. She revealed that it’s a remake and that they’ve virtually wrapped up the script.
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