Farah Khan to continue shooting for Sunil Grover's show Kanpur Wale Khuranas despite leg injury
Farah Khan will make her acting debut on TV with Kanpur Wale Khuranas
Farah Khan, who has been shooting for comedy show Kanpur Wale Khuranas, has injured her foot and has been advised best rest, Mumbai Mirror reported. The filmmaker-choreographer, who had stepped out to collect her son Czar from his piano class, tripped on uneven ground and hurt her leg.
In an Instagram post, Farah said that she was 'rocking a cast again'— she had injured herself once before this year, while shooting for reality show Dance India Dance.
A source informed the publication that despite her injury, Farah has decided to complete her work in Kanpur Waale Khuranas, However, a majority of her part requires her to be seated. The show marks acting debut on television, but she has previously featured on the platform in the capacity of a reality show judge.
The series, spearheaded by Sunil Grover, showcases The Khuranas, a large family that more often than not gets embroiled in hilarious scenarios. Grover will invite eminent personalities, including celebrities and achievers to the show. Adaa Khan will be playing Sunil Grover’s wife in Kanpur Waale Khuranas.
The first episode will feature veteran actor Dharmendra along with Simmba director Rohit Shetty and Ranveer Singh.
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