AF­TER RO­MANCE, TECH­NOL­OGY HAS KILLED CON­VER­SA­TIONS: KARAN JO­HAR

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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.

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