Karan Johar Picks Telugu Cinema Over Bollywood Slamming Stars For Charging 20 Crore Who Fail To Give Even 5 Crore’s Opening, Says “Delusion Is One Disease That Has No Vaccine”

Karan Johar Picks Telugu Cinema Over Bollywood Slamming Stars To Charge 20 Crores, Who Fail To Even Give 5 Crore Opening (Photo Credits-Instagram)

Karan Johar is one celebrity who never shies away from voicing his views on anything. Over the years, we have seen a lot of controversies surrounding his names and he is often targeted on social media and called the ‘flag bearer of nepotism’. Recently in a podcast, Karan made some shocking revelations about his film ‘SOTY’ which launched Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan and Sidharth Malhotra while lauding the Telugu film industry. Scroll down to read the scoop.

Karan has always been very transparent with fans about his success and failures in life. And there is no doubt that he is one of the best directors of the country and has given us films like ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’, ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’ and ‘My Name is Khan’.

In a recent Masters Union podcast, Karan Johar spoke about how Dharma started with just two people and recalled Yash Chopra saying, “A film never fails, a budget does.” Adding to this, Johar said, “Like I told you about Student of the Year. Like I made a hit film and lost my money. I literally took a pill every night.”

Karan Johar further said, ‘I have a lot of emotions. My heart is in Hindi cinema. But if you ask me as a businessman, I think Telugu is a far more lucrative industry.

film producer also replied that who is making how much money and said, “Unfortunately, one pie out of that is with the film stars. I might be murdered for saying that, but if you are shelling out five crore rupees and you 20 crores, so how is it fair? Delusion is a disease that has no vaccine.”

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