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Karan Johar shares cryptic note about death & slandering

Karan Johar has shared a note on Instragram about death and the aftermath of it. The filmmaker shared his thoughts on how people, after the death of a person, ‘hit the regret’ button and talk about life being too short.

However, he went on to say these talks are taken over by backbiting and slandering. “Koi guzar gaya… phir aapne afsos wala button daba diya… wahi ‘life is too short’ wali baat hazarvi baar dohrane lage…Gile shikve mitaane ka zikr bhi hua… (When someone dies, we hit the regret button, the same ‘life is too short’ statements, there is also a mention of clearing blames and complaints),” he wrote.

Johar also added, “Phir achanak aapne apne bare mein b**ching suni aur aapne bhi wahi kiya! B**ching! Wah! Janab log guzar jaate hai…. roz… par hum kaunsa zinda hai? (But suddenly, you hear about people speaking ill about you, you also indulge in slander! B**ching, wow, sir, people die everyday but are we even alive?).”

The filmmaker is no stranger to uploading his thoughts on social media and commenting on various topics, even during promotion of his films, reports the Hindustan Times.

This is a change from when he stepped away from the social media due to the backlash he received during Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. His production house, Dharma Prodcutions, was bought up during the initial investigation of the star’s death. Kangana Ranaut also made allegations against the filmmaker.

On the work front, the producer is currently enjoying the success of ‘Shershaah’ (2021), the highest rated Hindi movie on IMDB. The film is currently available to stream on Amazon Prime.

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