Wednesday 27 January 2016

Karan Zohar said : "Shah Rukh and I are ups and downs in the relationship '

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Acknowledging “ups and downs in all relationships,” director Karan Johar said superstar Shah Rukh Khan would always be a part of his family.

Filmmaker Karan Johar will soon bring his biography. Name: the "N Ansutebl Boy ', which is writing Poonam Saxena. Jaipur Film Festival as well as its information processing frank discussion on various issues related to his life ...

Touch me in childhood féminine was my unusual childhood. Pansy had called me and I hate this word. I am different from other kids, thinking I did not sleep at night. The parents received a lot of support. People say that homosexuality negative manner shown in my films. I am the first director, Kae, who raised the issue in his films. Many youngsters said the letter, I thank my films because their parents understood them.

Mummy loves me too. When my weight was 150 kg, then he would say, you are the world's most beautiful child. My father used to say that if I have my little puppy fat shall deduct one day I can become the hero of Hindi films.

I have also gone through a difficult phase. Father (Yash Johar) films were flops. Economic conditions were getting worse. We sold the home and jewelry. Suddenly my father's friends call him stopped at launch parties. The first time I saw my father being broken. They see it in my heart was breaking up.

“Shah Rukh Khan is very much a part of my family. He hasn’t fallen on the wayside. Shah Rukh his wife and three children will always be family and a large part of my
life,” Karan Johar said at the ongoing 9th edition of the Jaipur Literature Festival that began on January 21.

The 46-year-old filmmaker, who released his biography, ‘An Unsuitable Boy,’ was in conversation with his biographer Poonam Saxena and author and columnist Shobhaa De.

Rumours of a reported fallout between close friends and long time colleagues Karan Johar and Shah Rukh Khan came when the actor did not appear on the last season of ‘Koffee With Karan,’ as he had done in all previous seasons.

However, the director-producer said that his relationship with SRK and his family was so strong that it was difficult for them to part ways.

“I don’t deny there have been ups and downs. But this connect is so strong, the love that I have for him and his family his very strong. All relationships have ups and downs,” he said.

The two have come together after a gap of nearly two years to co-produce their yet untitled project directed by Gauri Shinde.

The film, which will not have “typical romance,” will see actress Alia Bhatt sharing screen space with the actor for the first time.

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