In a YouTube show, Karan told Nikhil Taneja that he pretended to be in love with a girl named Shalaka in the 10th standard. He said that just the way in today’s world words like ‘gay, ’fag’ or ‘homo’ are said in a derogatory tone, it was called pansyin those days.He added that it was a word that literally had really pushed me into a shell.
The filmmaker then praised Shah Rukh Khan mentioning that the superstar was the first man that didn’t make him feel lesser.This year Karan returned to director’s chair after six years and that too with a bang. His latest release Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani (RRKPK) received a thunderous response from the audience. Moreover, the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne recently honoured him as he completed 25 years in the film industry.
Over the years, Karan established himself as a distinguished director, leaving an indelible mark on Indian cinema.Not only has Karan achieved tremendous success as a filmmaker, but he has also made significant contributions as a producer. His internationally acclaimed production house, has brought forth groundbreaking films that have garnered global recognition. Moreover, Karan’s dedication to nurturing talent, both in front of and behind the camera, has resulted in the launch of numerous budding artists and industry professionals.