And, it’s a happy ‘Khan’-dan again!

In a patch up bid, choreographer turned director Farah Khan and her husband Shirish Kunder visited Shah Rukh Khan’s residence today over the fracas at Sanjay Dutt’s party and claimed to have s

Published: 02nd February 2012 05:44 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:48 PM   |  A+A-

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In a patch up bid, choreographer turned director Farah Khan and her husband Shirish Kunder visited Shah Rukh Khan’s residence today over the fracas at Sanjay Dutt’s party and claimed to have sorted out the matter.

Kunder, who had said he was slapped by SRK at the party on Sunday night, went to the actor’s house Mannat in suburban Bandra with his wife, director brother-in-law Sajid Khan and producer Sajid Nadiadwala to clear the misunderstanding.

“We met today at his (Shah Rukh’s) place. Sajid Khan, Sajid Nandiadwala, Farah Khan, Gauri and Shahrukh - we all were there together. We sorted out things. We all felt bad about what happened,” Kunder later said. “There is no animosity any more. There was misunderstanding. We are all friends again. We have cleared everything. Sometimes these things make the bond much stronger,” he added.  According to the Jaan-E-Mann director, even the friendship between SRK and Farah, which had soured a few years earlier, is back on track after the patch-up meet.  “With the help of close friends we spent sometime together. Our relation is much stronger than before. Even Farah and Shah Rukh are friends again,” Kunder said.

Terming the incident as “ugly” and “blown out of proportion”, Farah said the negative stories about the incident was too much to handle.

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