The director of the 2007 box-office hit 'Om Shanti Om' will kick off a series of masterclasses in London with a special screening of the film on March 19 as part of the annual Tongues on Fire London Asian Film Festival 2015.
"We're honoured to have Farah Khan as our chief guest this year at the 17th edition of our festival. She's a true role model for female filmmakers, in this macho centric world of cinema. She's had phenomenal success in directing blockbuster Bollywood movies that entertain the masses with quality story-telling," said festival director Pushpinder Chowdhry.
A choreography workshop coinciding with a special 'Bollywood Razzmatazz' evening will be followed up by a filmmaking masterclass where Khan will shed light on her remarkable Bollywood journey.
The day after her masterclass, the 50-year-old will lead fans at Princes Charles Theatre in Leicester Square, the film district of London, in a sing-and-dance-along in a first for the London Asian Film Festival.
The line-up for this year's edition, which will run until March 29th, is being finalized and will include a wide array of screenings and special guests from across South Asia.

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