Shah Rukh Khan Is The Common Factor In This “Mad Talented Bunch” Of Celeb Friends

Shah Rukh Khan Is The Common Factor In This “Mad Talented Bunch” Of Celeb Friends

Shah Rukh Khan Is The Common Factor In This 'Mad Talented Bunch' Of Celeb Friends

Farah Khan shared this picture. (courtesy: farahkhankunder)

The quote of the day is “unexpected friendships are the best.” Courtesy: Farah Khan. The filmmaker has shared an appreciation post for her “mad talented bunch”. And, it is simply heartwarming. Farah has dropped an adorable photograph featuring her along with Rajkummar Rao, and his wife Patralekhaa; Huma Qureshi, Aditi Rao Hydari, and Srishti Behlarya. In the caption, Farah highlighted how the group has nothing in common, they haven’t even worked together, and they have different tastes, especially in films but still, their “impromptu dinners are filled with laughter, debates and food.” And, not to miss their love for Shah Rukh Khan. It read, “Unexpected friendships are the best. On paper, we have nothing in common… Our tastes are so different, especially in films…We haven’t even worked together ever…Don’t even ask about the age difference but I just love this mad, talented bunch… and our impromptu dinners filled with laughter, debates and food and a mutual love for Shah Rukh Khan.” 

Farah Khan has shared a picture of the fun time on Instagram Stories and said that the “mad last minute get-togethers are the best. Love you, guys”. 


Now, look at Farah Khan and her “girls”. The picture screams love and friendship goals from miles away. 


Farah Khan’s Instagram timeline is one happy place. From throwback posts to fun Instagram Reels, the choreographer-director knows how to keep people hooked to the screens. A while back, Farah shared a sneak peek from her dinner time party with Patralekhaa, Aditi Rao Hydari and Huma Qureshi. Along with the pics, she wrote, “Girls just want to have fun. As long as we are back home by 10.30. Patralekhaa, Aditi Rao Hydari, Huma Qureshi, thanks for buying me dinner.”

And, this is what Farah Khan and friends meant when they said, “Girls night done right.”

Aren’t they goals?

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