ResidenceMumbai, India RoleJewellery designer NationalityIndia SpouseDJ Aqeel (m. 1999)
Websitewww.FarahKhan.net ParentsSanjay Khan, Zarine Khan NameFarah Ali ChildrenAzaan Ali, Fizaa Ali
Born28 December 1969 (age 51) (1969-12-28) Mumbai OccupationJewellery designer, Gemologist RelativesZayed Khan (Brother)Fardeen Khan (Cousin)Feroz Khan (Eldest Uncle)Akbar Khan (Uncle) SiblingsZayed Khan, Sussanne Khan, Simone Khan CousinsFardeen Khan, Vaibhav Talwar, Sonia Sethia Similar PeopleSanjay Khan, Zayed Khan, Sussanne Khan, DJ Aqeel, Farah Khan Profiles TwitterGoogle+Pinterest
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Farah Khan Ali is a gemologist and jewellery designer in India.
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Farah Khan is the eldest of the four children of parents Actor-Producer-Director Sanjay Khan and his wife Interior Designer Zarine Khan. She finished her graduation (BA) at Sophia College, Mumbai. Farah Khan Ali tried to Ad films to interior design and television production. She did a course in Gemology at the renowned Gemological Institute of America in Santa Monica, California in 1992.
She launched her own jewellery brand Farah Khan Fine Jewellery in 2004. She also founded a designer jewellery brand Farah Khan Fine Jewellery for International and domestic clients. The ace designer was voted by the Network 7 Media Group's India Leadership Conclave 2015 Edition as "Innovative Leadership in Luxury Brands Concept 2015" founded by Satya Brahma.
Awards & Achievements
In 2013 “Best Jewellery Designer Award” at the 9th Retail Jeweller India Awards
In 2011 “Best Fashion contemporary jewellery” at the Indian Jewellery Jewellers choice design awards.
In 2011 Farah Khan Ali won “the Best Jewellery Designer Award” at the Retail Jeweller India Award.
In 2010 “Innovative Jewellery Award” at the Retail Jeweller India Award.
Farah Khan married to DJ Aqeel in 1999. They have two children, Azaan and a girl Fizaa.
Patna HC Quashes Complaint Against Farah Khan Ali For Tweet On Salman Khan Hit-And-Run Case [Read Judgment] the article on LiveLaw.com
Perusing the complaint, Justice Birendra Kumar observed: “A bare perusal of the complaint petition does not reveal that the statement of the petitioner on the issue above was malignantly or willingly made which was illegal. The same was not intended to give any provocation to any person knowing that the provocation would cause riot.”
The court also observed that complaint petition did not reveal that any imputation prejudicial to the national integrity was there except bald statement of the complainant.
It also said that there is no material disclosing the ingredients of offences for which FIR has been instituted against Farah Khan Ali and that the continuance of the criminal proceeding against the petitioner would amount to an abuse of the process of the court.