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When Karan Johar thought Shah Rukh Khan was “a young brat” and borderline arrogant

Happy Birthday, Karan Johar: when the director thought his Kuch Kuch Hota Hai star Shah Rukh Khan was one of ‘the young brat’ and ‘the borderline arrogant of’

one of filmmaker of Bollywood, Karan Johar is celebrating his 49th birthday today. In addition to his brilliant filmography, the director is known for his friendship with megastar Shahrukh Khan, with whom he worked in films like Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, Kabhi bye Na Kehna, Mera Naam Khan hai and Chan se no gold Diane. In fact, they also shared the screen space in Aditya Chopra’s Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge.

on his special day, we are reviewing his autobiography, the unexpected boy, where he wrote about his thoughts on SRK after his first meeting with the star. KJ wrote, ” I had made this preconceived notion about Shah Rukh. I think he was this young brat, border arrogant . But within five minutes of that meeting in Film City, my opinion about them changed. He was warm and talkative.

speaking from a special moment where he saw the hot gesture of the star, Karan Johar wrote, ” I remember my father (late filmmaker Yash Johar) out of the red car we did and came to Shah Rukh and opened the door for him. It was to be a ten minute meeting, but they were broken for lunch or something and Shah Rukh spoke non-stop for two hours! He was so accessible, friendly and respectful of my father that he conquered me in those two hours. I was very sensitive about how people treated my father because I knew what he was doing. He said, ‘ I’ve heard a lot about you, sir, and such wonderful things about you as a human being.

“… This was my first meeting with him. I remember coming back and telling my father that Shah Rukh was a good boy. He was very different from what I thought the movie people were like. I had seen my father frustrated and disappointed by many of his fraternity. I wasn’t cynical but I was apprehensive about them. But Shah Rukh was an outsider and he was new. His syntax as a human being was very different from the others in the film field. I remember being completely obsessed with how he was connected as a human being. He was very attractive. He wasn’t my favorite actor; I was a big Aamir Khan fan. But somehow in that two-hour meeting, my whole perception of him changed. I thought he was magnetic, charming, funny and sensitive. All these qualities jumped on me, ” he said.

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