Filmmaker Karan Johar usually grills and roasts the guests on his chat show Koffee With Karan. However, when he was invited by Farah Khan on the latter's ­cookery show Farah Ki Daawat, he asked Khan to not remind him of the ­infamous AIB (All India Bak****) roast.
The 42-year-old laughed through all the jokes about his insult-comedy gig, and joked that Farah should not remind him of his ­disasters. Farah was making ­constant references to the roast that stirred up a controversy.
The Maharashtra government ordered a probe into the comedy show organised by AIB after Mumbai police received multiple complaints against the show that went viral on the internet last week for using obscene language and content. The first-of-its-kind show in India, AIB Knockout was an attempt to raise funds for charity. The show saw some stand-up comedians making jokes on the two celebrity guests in the forms of Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor.
Reacting to the controveries surrounding the event, Karan Johar had tweeted, "Not your cup of tea…don't drink it!!!"
Not your cup of tea...don't drink it!!!— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) February 3, 2015
While asking Karan what he was going to make, she asked him if he planned to cook or 'roast'. He laughed throughout, but he asked Farah to not remind him of these disasters," says a source, adding that some jokes were also on his ­production, Ungli, which did not get rave reviews. "Karan narrated an ­incident that when he was a child he used to steal chocolates from a jar, which was kept away from him by his mother. Farah started joking about how now she knows where Karan got inspiration for Ungli," added the source.