Ramu’s newfound love for KJo
Ram Gopal Verma was recently reported to have said that Karan Johar’s movies are quite realistic.
Yes, you heard me right. That was RGV talking about KJo’s movies.
No, he’s fine, thank you. (We act this way sometimes on the eve of a movie release. You have to do and say outrageous things, even hang corpses, when there’s a Friday glaring at you.)
And, apparently, RGV’s change of heart about KJo’s films happened after he attended Abhi and Aish’s wedding. He says,
“For a long time I detested Karan’s larger-than-life, feel-good, glossy movies. I found them too ostentatious, coming as I did from a lower middle-class background. I found all the razzmatazz and the shoo-shaa all very unrealistic. But I was forced to change my viewpoint after I attended the Abhishek-Aishwarya shaadi. I saw exactly the same grand visual and a larger-than-life event at their wedding, that’s when I realised that Karan is far closer to reality than I am (at least in portraying the upper-middle class society).”
Hmm, I’d love to believe RGV, but it’s hard to take his words at face value. Was he still being his snide self in implying that KJo’s movies are meant only for a niche audience? (Oh God, writing about celebs makes you such a non-believer?!)
*Wink* KJo, you better return the love and have nice things to say about Agyaat. *Wink*
Squeeze a bit more!
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