Farah Khan feels that singing and dancing in Indians films is fading away

Talking about the trend of recreating old songs for new films, Farah said that she finds the trend very bad as she didn’t enjoy a single song from the recreated ones.

Farah Khan Farah Khan feels that singing and dancing in Indians films is fading away Source : Press

Choreographer-turned-director Farah Khan has associated herself with some of the most popular songs in the last 2 decades. But Farah recently stated that dancing and singing in Bollywood films is fading away with time. "I think the whole song and dance thing is dwindling unless you are making a dance film. I don't think it is there. The song culture is going away. Songs are played in the background," she said. She went on to say that this changing trend is both good and bad in a way. She pointed out that it is good because it signifies that the taste of people is changing with time. However, she feels that Bollywood films were recognized because of songs and dance.

Talking about the trend of recreating old songs for new films, Farah said that she finds the trend very bad as she didn't enjoy a single song from the recreated ones. The director also pointed out that the presence of rap in every song only makes it even worse. The director is excited about hosting her own TV show titled 'Lip Sing Battle', which is inspired by the international show 'Lip Sync Battle'. Many renowned personalities are expected to make an appearance on the show.

Farah also said that she was offered some other shows too but she didn't like the concept, but the idea behind this show intrigued her and she accepted to host this. The makers of the show are planning to invite many prominent personalities to the show.