Farah Khan" src="http://www.india-forums.com/bollywood/images/uploads/farah_khan_same_big.jpg" align="right" border="" hspace="5" vspace="5">It has been two years since choreographer-turned-director Farah Khan got married and life, she feels, has not changed much. Except for that she will soon be mamma to twin babies.
Ask her what difference has tying the knot brought about in her and she replies with that unmistakable sense of humour: "Ahhhhh…. has it really changed me?" What it has succeeded in doing is keeping her more at home. "I don't know whether marriage has made me calmer but it certainly has given me a perspective in life. Now, I like being around the house, doing homely things. That might sound surprising but it's true," she admits.
Now, since she spends more time at home, it's obvious that she would be missing from the sets. "I am not always on the sets like before but marriage has not changed my passion for films at all. I enjoyed making "Om Shanti Om" as much as the first movie. In fact, a little more than the first, which I made when I wasn't married," she says after a little thought. Now that can only mean that Farah's first love would always be her work, come who may in her life. -(SAMPURN)
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