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Fardeen Khan Ready For A Comeback

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Fardeen Khan

After  a long hiatus   Fardeen Khan is ready to rock  and  roll  on screen again. Fardeen’s  comeback project  Sanjay Gupta’s  production entitled  Visfot(the explosion) where Fardeen will share screen space  with Riteish Deshmukh , directed by Kookie  Gulati, is  ready for release.

Apparently  the  film has  shaped up well and Fardeen has done some action sequences that he has never attempted before.

Fardeen is now all set to attempt comedy once again in Anees Bazmi’s No Entry Mein Entry where he  will be reunited with Anil Kapoor and Salman Khan with whom he did No Entry in 2005.

There is also  talk  of remaking Fardeen’s father Feroz Khan’s most iconic film Qurbani with Fardeen in  the lead which Fardey may produce.

Says Fardeen “It feels good to be shooting again.I never thought I’d be away  for so long.  But it happened.Initially my wife Natasha and I had to  move to London because we were  having  challenges(to face)  in having children. In 2013 we finally had our daughter.  Four years  later our son  was born. Each time there  was  a bundle of joy in the house it just took over our lives. I didn’t even know  how when  so much time flew by. I had to be  up and  down between  Mumbai and London. Because we  had chosen the  IVF  route it wasn’t easy for  my wife  Natasha  . I had to be  by her side.”

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Initially Fardeen  thought he’d be away from Mumbai for  only  2-3 years.

He sighed, “If only life were  that simple! Being away  wasn’t planned, I was dealing with circumstances. Now  I  am blessed with  two beautiful children.And  the  time I’ve spent with them away from work has been so beautiful. My children  and I share an amazing bond.I count  my blessings every day, Subhash. I  have a lot to be grateful for. Now I see the children a little more settled.I feel it’s time for me  to get back to work.My return to work  happened organically. It happened when  it was meant to happen.Having returned I find the entire landscape of  the  film industry has changed.”

 

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