I will never be taken se­ri­ously

Society - - PRIVILEGED INFORMATION - RAHUL PAUL|

Grow­ing up watch­ing and lov­ing his movie Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Karan Johar was never less than a Khan to me. And then came Kof­fee with Karan, which just es­tab­lished him as one of the coolest peo­ple in Bol­ly­wood. So, when I got the op­por­tu­nity to in­ter­view him, I could ac­tu­ally imag­ine a Kof­fee With Karan episode, with ta­bles turned. In spite of it be­ing my first big celebrity in­ter­view and that too with some­one who was the best per­son in the coun­try to do the job, I had fine con­fi­dence be­cause there was an imag­ined vibe of com­fort with Karan that any­one of my age could res­onate to, all credit to him. But this feel­ing sort of di­min­ished two days be­fore the in­ter­view when the Kof­fee With Karan episode with Varun and Alia was aired. At the end of the episode, both of them in­ter­viewed Karan, some­thing that I was sup­posed to do with him at a later date. Karan ef­fort­lessly an­swered their ques­tions and did what they asked him to do with ut­most pa­tience and fun. But after that, he fol­lowed it up with th­ese three clos­ing state­ments on Varun and Alia:

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