Karan Johar Singlehood: Film maker Karan Johar is on the top in the game and adds charm to the film industry by making so many block buster like Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayege, etc. He also have lot of friends from the industry and outside the industry, he is full of life, but something is missing in his life that is love and being single. Famous
Bollywood Director and Producer Karan Johar recently with an interaction with media openly talked about singlehood. Karan said, “People tend to judge you by the impression they have of you, but nobody knows the real person behind any of the projected intent of that social, public figure. We put out a version of ourselves when we give n interview or promote a film, we protect our vulnerabilities. Then at one point in time, you grow older, wiser you evolve and you feel that sharing a piece of your life is not as scary as it used to be“
Continuing the conversation, he said, “I had already written a book when I was 43 years old, which had 80% of what I could share. There is always a 20% that you hold back. I have two children. I am co-parenting them with my mother, not with a partner. That means I have a single status, which is filled in with a lot of work. I push in so much work in the day that I don’t think about my single status. That’s what we all do when you are single and lonely, perhaps not wanting to address that loneliness, you want to distract yourself. And then you believe, that if you have great friendships and a great family life, its can actually compensate for the lack of a passionate, intense romantic relationship. Nothing can replace that”.
“Life is full of boxes, parents fill one. children fill the other. friends fill another. But there’s a box for an intense love romantic relationship, that, if you don’t experience, there is a sense of incompleteness that nothing can ever fulfill. And that loneliness can actually consume you. It has consumed me. I have not been in a relationship for many years, a decade almost, and only I know what that really feels like. Fortunately for me, I can live vicariously through cinema. I can create those stories and characters that perhaps I would like…..not everybody has that privilege. I am a storyteller, what I can’t experience I can write and execute on celluloid, “Karan said.
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