Choreographer turned director Farah Khan says the culture of song and dance in BOllywood is slowly fading out.

Sep 12, 2017 - 10:40 hrs IST
Choreographer turned director Farah Khan says the culture of song and dance in BOllywood is slowly fading out.

Well known choreographer turned director Farah Khan recently expressed that the song and dance culture is gradually fading out of Bollywood which is both good and bad.One of the most favourites of the Bollywood, choreographer Farah Khan who worked on hit songs like 'Ruk Ja o dil deewane' ' Chaiyya Chaiyya' , 'Ek Pal Ka Jeena', ' Idhar Chala' , 'Mahi Ve' and 'Munni Badnaam Hui' and some of her best hits were ' Sheila Ki Jawani' and ' Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai', talks about the current scenario in the films today and that the songs culture from the films is slowly fading out.the 52 year old director also said this could be due to lack of songs and dance , the films have an advantages as well as disadvantages. Good in a way that people are going in for a new taste which is a change from what they were earlier expecting and bad because Bollywood also got popular for its songs and dances and that is how we stayed ahead and different from Hollywood.


One of the main reasons she has taken a back seat from choreography is she is not getting exciting offers and unless there is a radical change , its not exciting to do the same kind of dance over again and again.Now the new trend set in is recreating old songs like Humma Humma or Tamma Tamma or Oonchi Hai building etc and doesn't bring in any excitement in the revamped version and Farah is not happy about the new versions as she feels if they are doing a new version it has to be better than the earlier one but it is not so says Farah.