Hold your horses, everyone! The king of romance, Karan Johar is here. In conversation with Indu Mirani, he talks about cinema, life, his "coolest" movies and much more. With his witty lines and funny anecdotes, he left even the most jaded audience in fits of laughter! Karan has created his own brand of cinema, launched directors and stars and played Agony Uncle to the industry - all roles that he juggles with ease and panache. There are few personalities with such an all-encompassing vision, and it is not hard to see how he ended up as the media mogul in a tough industry.
"Filmmaking is a great adventure. I'm as excited as a kid to be given tickets to fly suddenly to England, South Africa, America, everywhere. I'm still a 13-year-old kid, flying," says Shekhar Kapur. Meet the Hollywood/Bollywood director, who made international period films, such as Elizabeth and The Four Feathers and Indian hits like Mr India and Bandit Queen. Bohemian in spirit, flirtatious by nature, quick with words, the erudite director charmed the audience off their feet. Watch out for this special interview as he shares his powerful journey with us and pinpoints his source of creativity.
Watch out for Bollywood favourite director Farah Khan, whose films have dances, songs, melodrama, romance, dollops of emotions and of course the star power! She says, "My life is like a Bollywood script, a really bad one." Also on the show she speaks about her 'riches to rags' story and how her brother Sajid Khan went through a phase where they were afraid that he might turn out to be a juvenile delinquent. Get to know about her inspirational story only on this episode of The Boss Dialogues.
Watch out for down-to-earth, charming director Kabir Khan, who switched over from documentary film-making to feature film-making with Kabul Express. He talks about his journey into the industry as an outsider, and how his background as a TV documentary filmmaker helped him make films like Kabul Express, New York & Ek Tha Tiger. The session had Kabir Khan enthralling the audience with his anecdotes and experiences in the industry. He spoke about what it was like shooting with Salman Khan for Ek Tha Tiger and how travel has shaped his outlook. Get to know this witty, versatile man more on The Boss Dialogues as he pours his heart out.
Farhan Akhtar, the versatile actor-director was a dream guest - absolutely fuss-free, punctual to the dot, relaxed, charming, witty, classy and incredibly dishy! The surprisingly unassuming Farhan Akhtar talks about his relationship with his sister Zoya, who is "an absolute straight shooter", in his words. He revealed how he was the "ghar ki murgi" for Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara and much more. As the star, he is grounded and focused and he displayed a wonderfully inquisitive mind and a crackling sense of humour. Watch out for Farhan Akhtar as he pours his heart out on The Boss Dialogues.