Discussion Post: Let’s Fix Karan Johar’s Persona!

I’m a big Karan Johar fan, and this post precisely describes the problems the fans face defending his work. He’s a great director, who has given us My Name is Khan. His production house produces one Kesari for every Student of the Year, while jumping on unique scripts like Dear Zindagi, Raazi, Baar Baar Dekho and more, in which sure some are failures, but each is worth an attempt. Then, he’s dragged into unwanted controversies due to nepotism, totally ignoring how many great directors he has given work to who do not belong from the industry. I’ve a simple question, if you had a big business, wouldn’t you help your friend’s son to get in your company and be big? Nepotism exists in every kind of industry, and therefore in Bollywood too.

Let’s see how hard working he is. Not only he’s a father to two, he writes scripts, directs movies, runs a Talk-Show, judges many shows, runs a Radio show, and produces & distributes over 5 talked-about movies every year, among which atleast 2 are nominated for the best awards in several categories. If he likes to attend Bollywood parties against working so hard, what’s the issue? He works hard for the money he earns, let him spend it on his fashion style.

I’m proud that we have a man like Karan Johar leading our film industry.

dontcallitbollywood

Anonymous just mentioned in a comment that Karan should hire the same PR professionals that Shahrukh is using, and that got me thinking about what I would do, were I to be hired by Karan.


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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Sid says:

    I agree. I don’t think nepotism or whatever really matters because if a actor is bad he’ll get removed anyway.

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    1. Aarnav Gupta says:

      Exactly. 2 or 3 movies later, they have to survive on their own.

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      1. Sid says:

        Yup 👍👍

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