I couldn’t see myself in Kajol’s life anymore: Karan says in ‘An Unsuitable Boy’
Mumbai: It’s a known fact that nothing’s fine between former best friends Karan Johar and Kajol, maintaining the most rigid and dignified silence to speak about their friendship.
But after creating headlines for his bold statements on his sexuality in his upcoming autobiography, Karan Johar has also shed light on his friendship with Kjo.
The excerpts from Karan Johar’s autobiography ‘An Unsuitable Boy’, which he co-wrote with Poonam Saxena are quite a revelation. He talks about his fallout with Kajol and his relationship with her husband, Ajay Devgn.
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