Mumbai: Choreographer turned director Farah Khan, who has choreographed some iconic songs in the showbiz, now plans to open a choreography course.
Farah Khan has joined hands with Shashi Ranjan's ITA (Indian Television Academy) School of Performing Arts to design first of its kind choreography course in India.
"For years people have asked me why don't you open a dance class but that was never my interest. I had zero interest in just another dance class. Many people had opened dance class and they have done a fabulous job but I had no interest in it," Farah Khan said at an event here.
"When I was approached for this (choreography course) they wanted to open dance class of next level and I was thrilled. Next year I will complete 25 years in this industry so I thought this is the ideal time."
The course will be first of its kind with the syllabus and workshops designed by herself.
"We have sat down and formed 12 weeks' course which will literally teach you how to edit a song, how to use costumes, lenses, camera to going on the location to figuring out how to choreograph song. So from practical knowledge to theory, everything will be covered," she said.
The choreography course will also see many guest lectures sharing their views and opinion.