Karan Johar Apologises For Hardik Pandya And KL Rahul
Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul’s appearance on this season’s Koffee With Karan sparked a controversy. While they obtained quite a great deal of backlash from fans and insiders alike, host Karan Johar holds himself responsible. Since the airing of the incident, Hardik has to get a lot of flak on the social network due to the remarks. He made on the show. Lately, Karan opened up about the ongoing row to the very first time. And said that the controversy has gone into a zone that is beyond his control.
In the interaction with ET Now, 46 years old film director said, I’ve to say that. I feel really responsible because it was my show, it was my platform. I encouraged them as guests and thus the ramifications and repercussions of the show are my responsibility. I’ve so many numerous sleepless nights are just wondering about the way. I can undo this harm, who’s gonna listen to me. It’s gone into a zone that’s beyond my control. He continued, it’s gone into a zone that’s beyond my control. I’ve to say the questions I asked the 2 boys are questions that I ask everybody, including girls.
Karan Johar Apologize
Even when Deepika Padukone and Alia Bhatt were there, I asked them these questions. But I’m not attempting to defend myself. The filmmaker also disclosed that his show conducted entirely by girls. And none of them came up to him and explained that it is inappropriate, admitting that he did not think about what happens. Karan then added that he isn’t minding the conversation that occurred on the incident. I’m only saying is that I think that perhaps things mentioned that could have crossed boundaries. And I apologize because it was my own platform from where it occurred.
I think the boys have faced the cost for it already. Karan also said he’ll be aware of pulling any incident today. I’d be concerned about asking the kind of questions&hellip, I was being edgy, and that is the vibe of the show. , Does he think cricketers are off his record today. I think I’m off their record, he quipped.