AFTER ROMANCE, TECHNOLOGY HAS KILLED CONVERSATIONS: KARAN JOHAR
Filmmaker Karan Johar (left), known for his films on love stories, feels that technology has killed real-life romances, and is even killing dialogues among people.
“I find conversations among people have become rare about art and artists. Phone has become like a part of our body now. We’re always distracted,” says Johar.
“I don’t see people talking to each other at all. Just like technology has killed romance, now it has killed the conversations.
I’ve been in and around filmmakers. I’ve had the pleasure to see Raj Kapoor on film sets and saw Yash Chopra directing him. I remember how that generation used to share their experience. It doesn’t happen anymore, at least not in my fraternity,” he adds.