What’s Next from KJO?

On Monday, October 29th, 2012

Karan Johar

Karan Johar knows not what is his next film!

B-town filmmaker Karan Johar is considered as the heartthrob of many Indians, being he has given romance an unlike touch with his innovative ideas in the industry. You might consider him a real romance hunter who gave romance a new definition with his 1998 romantic comedy Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Kal Ho Na Ho etc. However, the filmmaker thinks, his life is confined to films and he can’t think anything beyond celluloid.  

Karan recently expressed so in a candid chat with the reporters of a leading daily. “My work is my lifeline. My films move me and I don’t have a life besides my movies. They are my primary passion,” he told. But, when asked about the secret behind his credentials of giving the romantic genre a diverse touch, Karan said that he is followed by instinct and never prioritizes on what happens around him.

“If remakes are being made, that does not mean I will also make one. Or just because masala action films are working, does not mean I will make one. I make what I believe in and hope to achieve the best with it. I don’t follow a norm or go by trends. I make what motivates me,” he says clarifying his statements.

KJo, who is the head honcho of Dharma Productions, this year gave one more flick ‘Student Of The Year’ to his audience and what’s was the speciality of the film is known to you all. In fact, Karan calls it a campus film and tells that working with the three newcomers Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt and Siddharth Malhotra was a different idea, but not a difficult experience at all.

Apart, Karan thinks that one of his wishes of making a campus film is fortified, though his latest release got mixed response from the audience in the B-town. But, he too confesses that he knows not what he is going to give us next. I mean, what will be his next flick! So, we have to wait and see what’s next from KJo. What say friends? Are you ready?

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