Bollywood is India’s film production industry based in Mumbai. Hindi Cinema is one of the biggest industries in film production across the world. Directors, producers, actors, actresses and all other important people have made a great contribution to the film industry.
Meanwhile, Karan Johar is one of the popular Indian filmmakers and a TV personality, who predominantly works in Hindi cinema. Moreover, he launched the careers of many successful actors under his own Dharma Productions.
Moreover, he is also the recipient of several accolades including a National Film Award and six Filmfare Awards. He has been honoured with Padma Shri, the country’s fourth-highest civilian award by the Government of India in 2020.
He is the son of producer Yash Johar. Karan made his directorial debut with the romantic comedy-drama Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998) which earned him the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment, the Filmfare Award for Best Director and the Filmfare Award for Best Screenplay.
For the unversed, the 50-year-old Mumbai-born had ventured into other avenues of the entertainment industry. He also hosts a television talk show, Koffee with Karan, and a dating show What the Love! Apart from that, he has appeared as a judge on competition reality shows Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, India’s Got Talent, India’s Next Superstars.
Karan Johar quits Twitter and deletes his Twitter account
Bollywood producer Karan Johar made the headlines after he decided to quit Twitter by deleting his official Twitter handle, which surprised the Bollywood fraternity.
He also gave an explanation as to why he quit Twitter in the first place. He said he is making space for ‘positive energies’, which is what he mentioned in his final tweet.
“Making space for more positive energies only and this is step one towards that. Goodbye Twitter!” The filmmaker then later deactivated his account.
“Positive energy and peace is far more important than any SM platform. Cheers KJo have a good one,” and another user wrote, “Good Bye Karan. See you in Jhalak Dikhla Jaa.”