Considering their films are doing well without their favourite alphabet K, the filmmakers have decided to renounce it.
Karan Johar has tweeted that he and Ekta don't require 'K' sevices any longer. He writes, "Ekta and I have finally bid farewell to the alphabet K...our apologies to K...but your services are no longer required!!"
While KJo's My Name Is Khan did quite well at the box-office, Ekta Kapoor's Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai is setting new records abraod.
We wonder if post the debacle of Kites, Rakesh Roshan is also planning to drop 'K' from his future films. Watch this space.