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OM SHANTI OM scripted on Andrew Webber's letterhead!

October 8, 2007 12:57:08 PM IST
Abid, Bollywood Trade News Network
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Few must be aware that the first story draft of OM SHANTI OM was written by Farah Khan on Andrew Lloyd Webber's letterhead! As per the lady, in 2002 she had gone to London for the Bollywood-themed musical, BOMBAY DREAMS and the entire crew was staying at Andrew's house. In her spare time, Farah just penned down her initial thoughts about OM SHANTI OM on his letterhead.

However, Farah went ahead and made MAIN HOON NA much before OM SHANTI OM. Many months after the release of MAIN HOON NAA, she remembered her first draft of OM SHANTI OM and out came the piece of paper where she had jotted down her thoughts. And believe it or not, she finished writing its script in two weeks flat, except for some portions that were completed later.

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