"People have a lot of time in the world to give you their opinion. It's what you choose to take in or not to. I have decided, you can call it a good mid-life crisis, I am 44 and I don't listen to people anymore," said Karan Johar
Karan Johar said he's "done with Kangana playing the victim card" and half of Twitter did not like KJo's remarks. The other half said, "Being 'outspoken' is not Kangana's exclusive right"
Excerpt: In a recent interview, Varun Dhawan said: "Woh varisht hai, mein unka samman karta hoon. Mein unki barabari kabhi nahi kar sakta"( He is a senior actor and I respect him. I will never be able to match up to him.)
Govinda said that Karan Johar only pretends to be 'humble and innocent.' He's not impressed with David Dhawan either
Karan Johar faced a huge backlash on the social media after he took a dig at Kangana Ranaut at the IIFA awards in New York and said nepotism rocks! Now in an exclusive interview with Rohit Khilnani, Karan Johar has clarified his stand, he said he regrets it and he said it as a joke. He also said with this interview he wants the nepotism chapter closed for good.
On Friday night, the paparazzi spotted Bollywood's young brigade Ranbir Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, Aditya Roy Kapoor outside Karan Johar's house in Khar. In an interview with Alia Bhatt on his birthday the filmmaker confessed how much he loves the paps who wait outside his house to click him and his guests.
Filmmaker Karan Johar, who recently became a father to twins - Roohi and Yash, said that it is an overwhelming time for him. The 44-year-old director said it took him a while to adjust to the 'big change' in his life. "I think it is a beginning of a new love story in my life," said Karan Johar.
Talking about nepotism in Bollywood and the recent Kangana Ranaut vs Karan Johar feud, actress Sonam Kapoor says that there's nothing "worth commenting."