Filmmaker Karan Johar has given some of the major hits in Bollywood. He is the one who redefines romance with films like ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’, and ‘Kabhi Khushi Kanhi Gham’. Movies come and go, but there are certain films that remain with us forever.
Karan debuted as a filmmaker with Shahrukh Khan starrer ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’, and the film was a super hit on the box-office. While people are still in love with his iconic films, Karan himself doesn’t seem to be much pleased with the films he has made.
Recently, he was speaking at the launch of his radio show ‘Calling Karan’ Season -2 on Ishq 104.8 FM. During the talk, he said, “In retrospect when I look back and see some parts of my movies I cringe and feel terrible that I actually subjected an audience to those portions. Some of them got fortunate, other parts in those films made them reach a certain success mark.”
He further said, “I’m not proud and happy with each and every one of them.”
Karan said that his films are not meant to take relationship advice. He said, “No, what we show in the movies is ridiculous. You can’t possibly ruin people’s lives by giving those situations. Those are meant for cinema halls.”
Karan Johar is the son of Film Producer Yash Johar. He is also the founder of Dharma Productions. He has also given films like My Name Is Khan, Kabhi alvida Na Kehna, 2 States, Student Of The Year, Badrinath Ki Dulhania, Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania etc. The list is very long.
He will be producing much anticipated films Kalank, Brahmastra, Student of the Year 2, Kesari, Simmba, Rannbhoomi etc. He has also tried his hands in acting by making cameos in Om Shaanti Om, Fasion, Luck By Chance. He made his full-fledged acting debut in Bombay Velvet and the film was a flop at the box-office.
Karan is blesssed with twins Yash and Roohi through surrogacy.