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Updated: August 31, 2009 17:18 IST

Cutting edge

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Farah Khan. Photo: Rajeev Bhatt
Farah Khan. Photo: Rajeev Bhatt

Dance director Farah Khan is known to pack a punch. Her unfailing sense of humour has often helped her out of a crisis and she intends to use this edgy manner on her new TV show where she gets stars to chat about their lives.

Khan, who has seen many ups and downs, said that she could empathise with people because of what she had been through. "It was hard on us for many years but I do not think I grew up being bitter or resentful. But even today if I have not made a certain amount in a month I get insecure," said Khan.

While Khan admits that marriage has brought better moments, she still retains her own sensibilities while working. "I do share my ideas and my husband is a good sounding board but we both realise that we need space to be creative and leave it at that."

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