From films to his life, everything about Karan Johar makes headlines. Recently, when the filmmaker revealed it all in his autobiography, he became the talk fo the town. Karan talked about his personal life, relationship with close friends and about the most asked question of his sexuality in detail in his book.
KJo has written about his friendship with Shah Rukh Khan and a whole chapter is dedicated to him in the book. Not only this, the filmmaker has also opened up about his fall-out with best friend Kajol as well.
Kajol and Karan Johar were once closest of friends and have given us blockbusters like Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham and My Name is Khan.
It is also a known fact that Kajol’s husband and actor Ajay Devgn were not that close and after the clash of Karan’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and Ajay’s Shivaay at the box office thinks took an ugly turn.
In an interview with News 18, Karan spoke about his and Kajol’s differences and revealed a lot about their broken friendship at length. He told that Ajay shouted at him and said some really bad things after which everything got very unpleasant.
Ajay called me and shouted at me and said some really nasty things because he heard at a party that I’d said some things about his wife. I just felt that hearsay cannot be the reason for anyone to pick up the phone and say unsavoury things to anyone else. You have to give me the chance to defend myself.
He also talked about the whole Twitter controversy when Ajay accused him of paying money to KRK to say bad things about his film Shivaay and Kajol supported his husband and wrote ‘Shocking’ on her Twitter handle. Karan said:
He put out a statement saying there should be an investigation and she retweeted it saying ‘SHOCKING’. And that was it. I felt she should’ve not allowed her husband to say such things about me & even if he had, she shouldn’t have endorsed and thirdly she should’ve picked up the phone and called me and said sorry for that entire situation. I’d like to say & I stand by it is that this is not a phase, a feeling that will change. No matter what, she’s out of my life.
We must say that’s a sad end. Right?