'It is a tough job being an actress'
Farah Khan on why she doesn't want to face the camera one more time
She made many dance to her moves, and now it is her turn to give retakes until her director Bela Sehgal feels happy. Choreographer-director Farah Khan is all ready to hit the 70mm screen, but the lady seems quite fed up of the job. In fact, she promises not to act in another film.
Farah quips, “Frankly speaking, I was complaining 24x7 while shooting for the film. Staying in costume all the time was frustrating. I desperately wanted to get back in my track pants and rubber chappals.” She further complains, “It is a tough job being an actress. They have to worry about so many things that seem so irrelevant to me.”
When we asked if acting (Farah plays a 40-year-old spinster in the film) was a difficult task, she reverts, “In fact, acting came quite easy, but putting on make-up, doing up my hair, wearing a corset, putting on fake nails… all that was very tedious.
Even in real life, when I have to go for a party, decking up is the last thing I want to do. The problem is not putting them on but removing them. Just imagine doing all that every day.” Calming down a bit Farah says, “I know people it, but it is not just me.”