Popular director Karan Johar never shies away from expressing his opinions that too especially on his social media account. The Ae Dil Hai Mushkil director never minces with his words and expresses himself freely. So when he praised Raj Kumar Hirani for his Dutt biopic, he caught the attention of one of the trollers who decided to troll the filmmaker.

Now that is one hell of an answer! Earlier, Filmmaker Karan Johar thanked the makers of “Baahubali” for letting him being a small part of the project. He also said he doesn’t even have ten percent of director S.S Rajamouli’s gumption. Johar, who had acquired the theatrical rights of the Hindi version of “Baahubali” franchise which he will present under the banner of Dharma Productions, called it “probably the greatest film ever made”.

Now, this is definitely not the first time that Karan Johar has been trolled for his views but Karan’s response was epic. The famous director has always appreciated his contemporaries who are putting in a lot of hard work. Karan who has worked with Ranbir Kapoor in the past has not spoken much about Dutt Biopic particularly and it seems somebody could not help but notice it. Interestingly, Karan has worked with Ranbir Kapoor in his last film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.

Karan Johar

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A Twitterati wrote, “Surprised @karanjohar not on his knees blowing Hirani and Ranbir about how amazing DUTT is yet. Early in the season. RT this when he does

This did not go down well with the popular director who shot back at the person. Karan wrote, “Your in depth curiosity and survey on blow jobs is heartwarming! But you do know that a blow job is not a real job! Do you have one???”


The director is busy with Baahubali 2: Conclusion these days. Karan is going gaga over the film’s intriguing plot. At the pre-release event of “Baahubali 2: The Conclusion” at Ramoji Film City here, he said: “This is the biggest movie event in the history of Indian cinema and I have to say I’m amazed. This is pure dedication, pure strength and this is what I want to go back and teach.”

At the event, a special audio-video on Johar’s career was screened. He said he was “stumped”. “‘Baahubali’, 67 years later, has beaten the magic created by ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ on screen. Rajamouli’s cinema has soul, his personality has gumption and I don’t think I even have ten percent of it,” he said. Producer Shobu Yarlagadda thanked Johar for helping them conquer one of the toughest industries (Bollywood) with “Baahubali”.

 

(With inputs from IANS)