Farah Khan wound up amidst storm when she gave her perspectives on the progressing Kangana Ranaut and Hrithik Roshan spat. On the sidelines of a media communication in Mumbai, Farah was gotten some information about the most sweltering point taking round of the Bollywood hallways. As revealed by PTI, Farah had stated, "I would prefer not to take anybody's name. I would prefer not to get got in the middle. Be that as it may, each time you are playing a lady's card. For me women's liberation is equity. In such a situation a man should place himself in a lady's shoes and the other way around and after that it turns out to be straightforward each other. One should manage such issues deliberately." In any case, the choreographer-chief, who was in New Delhi today, to advance her up and coming TV demonstrate Lip Sing Battle, attempted to clear air around her quote that as indicated by her has been made a huge deal about. Farah, in a selective visit with indianexpress.com, said she was misquoted, as she never took any name.
"Individuals are grown up enough to realize what they need and honestly they are not my dear companions. Unless it's my relative or I believe I have the adjust factor to ring and say why you doing this, I don't meddle in other individuals' business," the Happy New Year chief said. "I have been misquoted, to that young lady I haven't said anything. I had not taken anyone's names. Women's liberation I trust in. I've been a women's activist some time before the word was imagined, and that I genuinely trust that it ought to be equivalent to both," Farah includedBollywood felt the stun waves, after Kangana Ranaut's touchy meeting in Aap Ki Adalat few days back. While she strikingly and gruffly opened different questionable pages of her own life, celebs like Hrithik Roshan, Karan Johar and Aditya Pancholi went under her radar.