Farah Khan saw estranged friend Shahrukh Khan's My Name Is Khan at a special screening on Sunday morning. The Om Shanti Om director loved the film, and has been praising Karan's work to everyone since. She told KJo how much she enjoyed the film and also called SRK who was not present at the screening.
Farah admits, "Yes, I saw MNIK and I loved it! When I go to watch a film, I don't scrutinise it like a director, but see it as aam junta. Karan has made a beautiful film. He has moved away from his traditional style of films and made a very touching film. I thought Shah Rukh was brilliant in the film and I called him up immediately after the film and told him that. We discussed the film for about half an hour."
At the screening, Farah was sitting with Karan on the right, and John Abraham on the left. She laughs, "Yes, John and I were like two mad Parsis sobbing our hearts out. In fact, John cried more than I did, and he used up all my tissues! MNIK has many tender moments. I was crying because it was a very sentimental time for me. I missed Karan's dad Yashji."
When asked why she didn't see the film sooner at Karan's special trial, the previous night, she adds, "I sleep very early. So does John. That's why we were the only two people to attend the technicians' screening in the morning."