Karan Johar and superstar Shah Rukh Khan last worked together on 2010 drama “My Name Is Khan” and the filmmaker says the two will be teaming up again “very soon”.
Johar began his directing career with Shah Rukh-starrer “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai” (1998) and went on to direct him in films like “Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham” (2001) and “Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna” (2006).
The two soon become one of the most successful director-actor duos. Their fans have been waiting for them to reunite since “My Name Is Khan” released.
In a Twitter chat, Johar was asked when when is he going to direct SRK next. “Very soon… dying to make a film with him,” replied the “Student of the Year” director.
When asked to describe his friendship with the “Dilwale” star, Johar replied, “Life long.” In the same chat, the filmmaker called SRK “megastar”.
The director revealed he is planning the sequel of his 2012 movie “Student of The Year” and will announce the film in the next two months.
With the film, Johar launched Alia Bhatt, Sidharth Malhotra and Varun Dhawan in Bollywood.
This was Johar’s first directorial venture without Shah Rukh Khan in the lead role.
When a fan asked if he was making a sequel to the film, Johar wrote, “Yes!!! Will be announced in 2 months! #soty2 #koffeewithkaran.”
The 43-year-old director also said that if he had to descrive Dhawan in one word it would be “energetic”. He, however, did not reveal the cast of the sequel.
The filmmaker said his next “might be” a dark action thriller.