- “Happy birthday, Tabdi,” wrote Farah Khan.
- “I love you and I always let you go,” he wrote.
- “I know you will always come back,” he added.
How Taboo celebrating his 50th birthday, he received a greeting on social media on Wednesday morning. Farah Khan shared an image and revealed that it was clicked 25 years ago. Image is from 1995 movie. Viraasat. Farah Khan wrote in his caption: “Hum Saath Saath Hain! The first time I met her in 1995 on the set of Viraasat and it was as if we were old friends who knew each other since childhood … And it has been exactly like that 25 years later … Happy birthday my Tabdi. I love you and I always let you go because I know you will always come back. “
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Tabu’s filmography is a mix of commercially successful and critically acclaimed films. Maqbool, Maachis, The Namesake, Life Of Pi, AndhaDhun, Haider, Drishyam, Hera Pheri and Chandni Bar are just a few of his many iconic films. The actress starred Jawaani Jaaneman, co-starring Saif Ali Khan and Alaya Furniturewalla this year. She was last seen at Mira Nair’s A suitable boy, an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Vikram Seth. She will be seen soon in Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, co-starring Kartik Aaryan and Kiara Advani.
Farah khan, who entered the Indian film industry as a choreographer, made her directorial debut with the 2004 film Main Hoon Na. He has also directed films such as Om Shanti Om, Tees Maar Khan Y Happy New Year. His last production company was Netflix. Ms. serial killer, starring Jacqueline Fernandez and Manoj Bajpayee. The film was directed by Farah’s husband, Shirish Kunder. Farah Khan married Shirish Kunder in 2004 and the couple became parents of triplets in 2008, which is why the couple’s production house “Three’s Company” is named after them.