Farah Khan And John Abraham Cried

John And Farah

Farah Khan and John Abraham cried: Two close friends of Karan Johar who is always with him in his bad and good days cried at that time when saw the fabulous work of his friend. I am talking here about the latest release of the movie My Name is Khan which will be released on February 12, 2010. The movie is about a Muslim boy who lives in Us with his sibling after the death of his mother. He was very close to his mother and always said that my mother said there are two kinds of people, one is good and other is bad. I am good person. In US, he fall in love with a girl named Mandira (Kajol) and they get married. The movie is all about what was happened with Muslims in US after the attack of September 11. The movie is very touching said Farah Khan who started crying while witnessing a trial show of the movie. John was also so touched with the movie and wept. Both said from the beginning, till the end of the movie, the entire movie is full of emotions, pain, love everything. It’s a great package with all flavors. We like the movie very much and no doubt SRK and Kajol always rock when together. After so long time, they came together with this movie and still have the same charm and chemistry which we saw in DDLJ, KKHH and KKKG etc. Farah said we were not stopping ourselves. Karan is always experimenting with his movie and in this movie he has many tender moments. She also said, it was an emotional period for me and I cried because i missed Yash ji very much at this moment. She also says unlike his earlier movies, he made a very emotional and heart touching movie. About SRK she said, he is as usual brilliant and Kajol is also looking very pretty. I called SRK just after watching the show and discussed about the movie. I appreciate his work in the movie and wish that the movie will rock. However, we can not ignore the controversy of SRK with Shiv Sena and its effect on the movie. Still they are hopeful and have positive attitude towards the movie. It is also necessary to mention here that SRK have full support of the Bollywood industry. John was also touched and said it’s a tremendous movie and the work done by each and every actor is superb. I just wish them good luck that their movie will become a super hit. He said this is very emotional movie with full of love and romance. This movie represents all those people who live in US and has no connection with that attack, but they suffer.

Farah Khan

About Farah Khan: A choreographer turned director who gave many big hit movies to this Bollywood industry started her career as choreographer in 80’s. She got first international recognition for her work in Monsoon Wedding, Bombay Dreams and Vanity Fair. Recently in 2008, she gave birth to triplets on 11 February. She has one son, Czar, and two daughters, Diva and Anya. Farah Khan is not only a great choreographer, but also a great director. Om Shanti Om, Main Hoo Naa. She proved herself a versatile personality with these two big hits. She has received numerous awards for her chorographical work, predominantly from Filmfare.

National Film Awards

2004, National Film Award for Best Choreography – Idhar Chala Main from Koi Mil Gaya

Filmfare Awards

She won the Filmfare Best Choreography Award five times: 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, and 2004.

Awards of the International Indian Film Academy

2001: Award for Technical Excellence

2002: Award for Technical Excellence

Star Screen Awards

2005: Best Debut Director

2004: Best Choreography

2002: Best Choreography

2001: Best Choreography

Zee Cine Awards

2005: Best Debuting Director

John Abraham And Bipasha Basu

John Abraham: One of the most demanding stars among girls whose smile is kill many was started his career as a model and started his acting debut in 2003 with the movie Jism. There after, Dhoom in 2004 in which he played negative character. John Abraham was appreciated for his acting in the movies Dhoom and Zinda. He is nominated and won many awards for his contribution in the Bollywood industry. Few awards are:

Filmfare Awards


2004: Filmfare Best Debut Award for Jism

2005: Filmfare Best Villain Award for Dhoom

2007: Filmfare Best Villain Award for Zinda

2007: Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Baabul

International Indian Film Academy Awards


2005: IIFA Best Villain Award for Dhoom


2006: IIFA Best Supporting Actor Award for Garam Masala

2007: IIFA Best Villain Award for Zinda

Zee Cine Awards


2005: Zee Cine Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role for Dhoom


2007: Zee Cine Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role for Zinda

Star Screen Awards


2008: Star Screen Award Jodi No. 1 along with Abhishek Bachchan for Dostana

Bollywood Movie Awards


2004: Bollywood Movie Award – Best Male Debut for Jism


2007: Bollywood Movie Award – Best Supporting Actor for Baabul

Stardust Awards


2005: Stardust Superstar of Tomorrow – Male, Paap

Global Indian Film Awards


2006: GIFA Best Villain for Zinda

International Honours

2007: *Giant International Awards* For His Contribution to Indian Cinema

Other Awards

2009: Loins Club Award Dostana

National Honours

2006: *Rajiv Gandhi Award* For His Achievement in Bollywood

2008: Sexiest Asian Man