"Since we are in the film line, any little thing one does becomes a very big thing. That particular incident became such a big news. But fact is that we all fight with each other," Farah told IANS.
"Forget about friends, we fight with our family members too. They get separated and then reunite. I think if one realises what went wrong and patches up, then nothing like it. I just don't understand why do people criticise when we reunite," she added.
Right now the choreographer-turned-director-turned actor is looking forward to the release of her "Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi", which marks her debut as an actress.
Talking about her foray into acting, Farah says she "was initially sckeptical" about the transition.
"There are many questions that came to my mind before taking up the role but thankfully I have a range of people who called me and said that I am going to take all the debut awards next year," she said.