On Sunday afternoon, Farah Khan invited 20 of her friends over for an afternoon filled with her delicious food and delectable gupshup, to celebrate the success of Vikas Bahl’s Super 30.
Apart from the hit film’s leading man Hrithik Roshan, present among the invitees were director Vikas himself and casting director Mukesh Chhabra. Both share a common karma of being accused of sexual assault as part of the #MeToo movement that erupted last year.
The movement seems to have died a quiet death, and Farah’s guestlist is proof of it. According to a friend of the choreographer-filmmaker, “They were only waiting for Super 30 to be released to let Vikas Bahl and Mukesh Chhabra come out of hiding.”
Farah’s luncheon approval of the #MeToo accused duo is proof of how discredited the 2018 movement stands in 2019.
Incidentally, Farah’s own brother Sajid Khan was one of the most prominently accused people as part of the movement. We hear he will gradually start making public appearances in the near future as well, with or without his high-profile sister’s social support.