Prabal Gurung Birthday Wish To Karan Johar With line, “Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya”

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Karan Johar recently turned 47th on 25th May. And bollywood flooded him with warm birthday greetings on social media. From Friends like Farah Khan, Sonali Bendre to Alia Bhatt, Ananya Pandey and Varun Dhawan, all the celebs poured him with wishes. The best wish he got was from very close friend, American Nepalese fashion designer Prabal Gurung. Prabal Gurung Birthday Wish To Karan Johar With line, “Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya”. The designer posted a picture with KJ and wrote, “Pyaar kiya toh darna kya. Happy birthday KJo!” The two are shared an intimate picture.

 

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Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya. Happy birthday KJo.

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To prevent the internet from going in qualm & wild, KJo replied to the posted photo saying, “Control yourself bhaiya!”

The two were in New York celebrating Karan Johar’s birthday. They visited ‘The Boom Boom Room’, a hotel in NYC’s district, described as a ‘glam, iconic club at the Standard Hotel with top-shelf cocktails, refined small plates and live music.”

Karan Johar was with presented a chocolate cake by Dharma Productions. It wasn’t the shape of the cake or not even the flavour that caught the attention. The cake featured posters of the hit Dharma Production films. This included Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, Kal Ho Naa Ho, Wake Up Sid, Dostana, Student of The Year and recently released Kalank. The highlight of the cake was a picture of Karan Johar with his cutie twins, Yash and Roohi. On the top of inscribed “Happy Birthday”, along with cake there was many bouquet and balloons.

On work front, Karan has been facing a very tough time, as recently both his productions Kalank and Student Of The Year 2, failed to impress at the box office.

Karan Johar is busy working for Takht, which features Ranveer Singh, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Jhanvi Kapoor, Vicky Kaushal, Alia Bhatt and Bhumi Pednekar. Karan said in an interview that Takht was “like the K3G of the Mughal era”, only more extreme. “It is the story of a family, of ambition, of greed, of betrayal, of love and of succession,” he said.

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