Honest, decisive and compelling, it lays bare the other side of Bollywood’s pomp and gaiety. The problem was not so much with Kajol but with her husband Ajay Devgan, Johar says in the next para, without elaborating. Before the release of Karan and Ajay’s films “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” and “Shivaay” last October.
Not only does the filmmaker write extensively about his sexual orientation, the time when he lost his virginity and about his “two unrequited love situations”, but the dark side of Bollywood — its insecurities, jealousies — also find sufficient mention.
You'd scout them online as the first, and in some cases, the last resort.
BT decided to set foot into Mumbai's markets to discover spots where you'd find the rarest and the most special film posters ever.
Harshavardhan and Sara are maintaining a low profile.
Having produced several beautiful and wondrously talented woman who have done away with their arm-candy tag in mainstream cinema, the industry never shies away from giving the rightful due to its beauties.
While the teaser video didn’t reveal their faces, the two posters reveal their looks in the film.
The first poster features Sidharth in a blue suit with a gun in Sara Ali Khan spotted on a night date with Harshvardhan Kapoor Sara Ali Khan and Harshavardhan Kapoor are seeing each other.
Much has been said and anticipated about Karan Johar’s sexual orientation in the past but he has somehow maintained a low profile on this, avoiding the topic on many occasions.
It is for the first time that the filmmaker has talked at length about this aspect. I am not in love with anyone anymore,” the filmmaker writes.