Farah Khan’s Tummy Tuck – Before and After Images

It is no secret Farah Khan went under the knife to enhance her appearance. Of course, the director wants to look her best, just like most of us. Learn all about Farah Khan’s tummy tuck.

Biography - Who is Farah Khan?

Indian film director, actress, and choreographer most known for her work in films like Monsoon Wedding and Vanity Fair.

She was studying at St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai when she saw Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” video for the first time. Though she had no prior dance experience, she changed her career path and started training to become a dancer.

She once trained Shakira for a Bollywood-inspired performance of her hit song “Hips Don’t Lie” at the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards.

Body Measurements

We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Farah Khan, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.

Body Measurements
Height1.6 m, 5’2” (feet & inches)
Cup SizeCup Size B
Shoe SizeN/A
Body ShapeN/A
Dress SizeN/A

Plastic Surgery

Farah reveals, “Yes, I did have a tummy tuck. What’s there to hide? I know many people who’d refrain from admitting to these things but I did it for personal reasons. After my triplets (Anya, Diva and Czar) my tummy just wouldn’t get back in shape.”

Which plastic surgery procedures have Farah Khan done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:

Plastic Surgery
Nose JobN/A
Boob JobN/A
Breast ReductionN/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt LiftN/A
Eyelid SurgeryN/A
Tummy TuckYes

Plastic Surgery Pictures

Check out these pictures of Farah Khan. Is there any plastic surgery involved?

Farah Khan never needed any plastic surgery to begin with. She is smashing and a natural beauty. Is there any substance to the plastic surgery rumors?
Well, well, well: The director manages to look exquisite even without any verified plastic surgeries on her face.

Quotes by Farah Khan

"I don't smoke, drink, do drugs or even have affairs. If I don't even swear, I should be put in a shrine and sanctified."

Farah Khan

"When TV came, people said who will go to theatres to watch movies? When the Internet came, they said the same. And now it's the digital media... The doomsday predictions are always there but I don't think people will stop going to cinema halls because that is one experience you can't get at home."

Farah Khan

"I'd taken 'Om Shanti Om' to Japan and they loved it because they just love the not holding back of emotions."

Farah Khan

"My experience in Bollywood has been this: You work hard, you deliver, and nobody finds fault with you."

Farah Khan

"Luckily, filmmaking is not a nine-to-five job."

Farah Khan