Farah Khan confesses she made a aware effort to make sure Main Hoon Na's antagonist was not Muslim

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Farah Khan has been within the information after she allegedly damage spiritual sentiments of a sure group of individuals on her YouTube present. She additionally apologised to the part of followers that she offended. The filmmaker lately spilled beans about Main Hoon Na and revealed fairly a couple of attention-grabbing issues. Farah revealed that she made a aware effort to make sure that the antagonist, named Raghavan performed by Suniel Shetty, of the movie just isn’t Muslim. She additional added that she selected the surname Khan for the character that performed the antagonist’s right-hand man. Khan chooses nation over terrorism on discovering out about Raghavan’s true intentions.

The filmmaker additionally went on to revealing that Ayesha Takia was the unique option to play Sanjana within the film and had even signed the movie however she needed to stroll out of it. The actress had additionally signed Imtiaz Ali’s Socha Na Tha and couldn’t shoot for Farah’s movie. Amrita Rao was introduced on board 10 days earlier than the shoot started. Farah additionally needed to solid Hrithik Roshan for the position of Lucky however the actor refused to do a multi-starrer then after Kaho Na Pyaar Hai’s success. She additionally approached Abhishek Bachchan and Sohail Khan earlier than finalising Zayed Khan.

Farah was additionally considering engaged on a sequel to the movie that takes place 15 years after Major Ram killed Raghavan. But she dropped the thought as a result of she felt there are extra vital tales to inform. It is definitely a tempting thought to deliver again the characters of the movie with a sequel. We would love to observe SRK and Sushmita Sen again on the large display screen. Their chemistry set the theatres on fireplace and so they grew to become one in every of our favorite {couples}. Farah additionally went on to directing Tees Maar Khan, Om Shanti Om and Happy New Year afterward.

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