I will launch Aryan Khan only after he finishes studies: Karan Johar

  • PTI, Mumbai
  • Updated: Apr 27, 2016 10:42 IST
Karan Johar says her is Aryan’s God parent and has his best interests at heart.

Karan Johar has always maintained he will launch close friend superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son, Aryan, in Bollywood but the filmmaker says as a “God parent”, he will wait for the youngster to finish his studies before making an entry into films.

Recently, Shah Rukh also said that his 19-year-old son will have to complete his graduation before taking up a career in Bollywood, if that’s what he wishes to do in future. “Aryan has to study now and after few years he will decide if he wants to enter movies. I am his godparent and I will hope for the best,” Johar said when asked about his plans to launch the teenager.

Shah Rukh Khan with son Aryan and daughter Suhana.

When asked when is he planning to launch Shah Rukh’s youngest son, AbRam, Johar said, “AbRam? He is going to turn three-year old in May. First I’ll launch Aryan and then we will see about AbRam.” The filmmaker was speaking at the wrap up party of his upcoming co-production, Baar Baar Dekho. The love story stars Katrina Kaif and Sidharth Malhotra.

Read: Aryan or AbRam could star in my biopic, says Shah Rukh Khan

Johar said the movie, directed by debutant maker Nitya Mehra is anything but a typical romantic-comedy. “When you watch the film you’ll understand why the film is titled Baar Baar Dekho. It is not a regular normal love story. Usually there is a term called ‘rom-com’ (romantic comedy) this film is definitely not that. It is very progressive, interesting... And one of the most unusual love stories you’ve ever seen,” he said.

When asked which actress would he want to see on screen ‘baar baar’ (again and again), Johar, 43, said, “I would love to watch Sridevi baar baar. But she doesn’t do films often so I request her to do films again.”

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