Bollywood Podcast: Jiah Khan
Thursday 29 April 2010
We last saw her on screen 18 months ago alongside Aamir Khan in one of the biggest Bollywood hit movies of all time, Ghajini. I must say, I particularly enjoyed seeing her shake her stuff in that film's excellent dance number, Latoo!
So where has Jiah Khan been all this time? How much time has she spent working for charity, one of her other great passions? How's her hair looking at the moment? And what was life like growing up in... wait for it... Chelsea! Yes, she really did make it from Belgravia to Bollywood!
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