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Karan Johar is breaking grounds not just in his movies, but also in his personal life. Kjo is in news again after news of his two kids came into life, baby girl Roohi and baby boy Yash. Read his full script here.
Kajol has so far been tight-lipped about her ugly spat with Karan Johar. But, now the leading actress has finally opened up about the issue and said, "I think relationships are generally difficult, nothing to do with Bollywood, but wouldn't like to comment anything on what happened with Karan (Johar)." Image procured via Google Search
We are so glad that everything is fine between the two now.
Ouch! Looks like solid friendships can turn sour.
The clash of the Titans happened this week and well, let's just say intial reports suggest that 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' has won the battle on Day 1 at least. Looks like the controversy actually worked for the movie. What do you think? Image Procured via Google Search
If things are to be believed, then Karan Johar has achieved the unthinkable! Karan Johar is currently shooting for his directorial venture, 'Ae Dil Hai Mukshkil' with Ranbir Kapoor, AIshwarya Rai Bachchan and Anushka Sharma. The script required Ranbir and Aishwarya to indulge in a steamy lip lock, which Aishwarya refused! But one hears that Karan Johar has compensated for the kiss by aesthetically shooting an intense and passionate scene where the two actors lick and eat chocolate off each other! Now that's one scene we cannot wait to watch! To know more about Karan Johar and his antics, take a look at his life. Image procured via google search
KJo finally broke his silence on 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' and his words were heart-touching to say the least. He was waiting for the miracle to happen, for the government to perhaps snap back to their sense and it did not happen. Moreover, he is disheartened that people have lost it altogether, considering the recent 'twitter' controversy! Image Procured via Google Image Search
Karan Johar broke into Bollywood as an actor in the 1995 Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge and then made his directorial debut with the highly acclaimed Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. Image courtesy: Procured via Google Search
Karan Johar achieved crossover success in 2010 with My Name Is Khan. Image courtesy: Procured via Google Search
The film featured a pared-down directorial style from his previous features and tackled weightier issues, a change in focus for him that was noticed around the world. Image courtesy: Procured via Google Search
Initially Karan Johar formally entered the film industry as an actor, portraying Raj's (Shahrukh Khan) close friend in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995). Image courtesy: Procured via Google Search
Karan Johar produced the Filmfare award-winning 2010 film We Are Family starring Kareena Kapoor. Image courtesy: Procured via Google Search
In 2007, Johar was chosen as one of 250 Global Young Leaders by the Geneva-based World Economic Forum 2006. Image courtesy: Procured via Google Search
For a period of time, Karan Johar followed numerology, creating film titles in which the first word and a number of others in the title would begin with the letter "K." Image courtesy: Procured via Google Search
Karan was very fond of numerology and was also creating his film title according to numerology, but after watching Lage Raho Munna Bhai (2006), which was critical of numerology, he decided to stop this practice. Image courtesy: Procured via Google Search
Though Karan's best friend is Shah Rukh Khan, but he is very obsessed with Hrithik's work. In a recent interview he said that, we all works hard, but while all of us give 100%, Hrithik gives 300%. Image courtesy: Procured via Google Search
Karan has assisted the legendary director Yash Chopra during the early days of his career. Image courtesy: Procured via Google Search
Before entering into film industry, Karan has received a Masters degree in French. Image courtesy: Procured via Google Search
Karan Johar was majorly influenced by commercial Indian cinema and he mentions Raj Kapoor, Yash Chopra and Sooraj R. Barjatya as his inspirations. Image courtesy: Procured via Google Search