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Choreographer-turned-filmmaker Farah Khan confirmed news that she is working on a script but denied she was making a sequel of "Main Hoon Na".
"Yes, I am working on a script but I am not making a sequel of 'Main Hoon Na'. I did not announce anything officially on that. Many times, we chat or joke about something and that goes all over (in the media). However, nothing concrete is there. Currently the script is in a developing stage... the story is very different and there is no big hero in that," Farah told IANS.
Asked if she is interested in making a sequel of "Main Hoon Na" as once she tweeted about it, she said: "There are many sequels made and some of them did not do well at the box office in recent time.
"Since 'Main Hoon Na" is a cult film, if I want to make a sequel, the story has to be good! People have a huge expectation from that film. We might just take the character of Ram Prasad Sharma (played by Shah Rukh Khan) to the next level in the sequel but nothing substantial has been scripted. So I cannot say anything on that."
Farah, along with her three children Czar, Anya and Diva came to Adoptathon, a two days initiative programme organised by World For All on pet adoption at St Teresa's Boys' High School here.
Noting her daughter is an animal lover, Farah, sharing her experience of pet adoption, said: "Though in the beginning it was not our plan as my daughter Anya wanted them so much we have adopted two beautiful looking dogs and it has changed the vibes of my household completely.
"Adopting a pet is like taking the responsibility of a baby. All my pets are well-trained now but in the beginning, it was a bit difficult. However, they are so loving, adorable and very emotionally attached to all of us."
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