Karan Johar son of late Yash Johar,founder of Dharma Productions, one of the most prolific filmmaking banners in Bollywood.Karan known for focusing on family bonding in his films like Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, confesses to a lack of inspiration at the moment to create a family drama. Johar has been an active member of the hindi film industry since 1995.He recently worked with three directors – Anurag Kashyap, Zoya Akhtar and Dibakar Banerjee – to create Bombay Talkies, a bouquet of four short films, an ode to 100 years of Indian cinema. Johar’s segment for Bombay Talkies celebrates 100 years on cinema through two major iconic songs – Lag ja gale and Ajeeb dastan.
As per sources, Karan Johar feels that “love and compassion” that used to bind people together in olden days have disappeared.”I hear stories of the yesteryears magic. One misses the love and compassion that film people had for each other even when they were making different films. As an industry, we have stopped belonging to each other,We have become more of an industry than a fraternity. We are not into each other’s lives. We have our releases, box office releases, legalities and all that. It is a far more structured world today.
Well Karan so true people have lost that closeness today which was a part of the past.