I hope someday that I will be the CEO of Dharma Productions: Kareena Kapoor Khan

Yesterday was definitely a big day for Dharma Productions head honcho, Karan Johar. His directorial debut film, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, completed 20 years and so was his journey as a director in Bollywood. To mark this day in a big way, a huge bash was organized at JW Marriot Juhu, where apart from Karan the whole cast of the film such as Kajol, Shah Rukh, Rani, Sana Saeed, Farida Jala, Archana Puran Singh were present at the event.

It was at the same event, where Kareena was invited on the stage to speak about Karan, the diva revealed that how she hopes that Karan stop pretending that he’s the Kim Kardashian of India and shared her biggest dream of becoming the CEO of Dharma Productions.

Kareena said, “I can probably stand here and go on about him for hours. As we all know – he’s written his introduction himself. He has praised himself, he’s made sure that we all know there’s no one better than him. But the truth is, we all absolutely know that there’s no one better than him. So of course, we are here to talk about the man who holds an exceptional place in my heart and in my life and the many WhatsApp groups. He’s my partner in crime, the gossip industry information, the go-to person for a fashion tip – and of course, the amazing career advice he’s given me. I love him and the words that have been written are not enough and I love him to death.”

“I really hope that he stops judging TV shows, hosting talk shows and pretending that he’s the Kim Kardashian of our country. If only he directed feature films, he’d never leave the Takht that he rightfully deserves. He also knows that I have this dream that someday I’ll become the CEO of Dharma Productions” Concluded Kareena.

Apart from the cast and crew of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Karan’s close friends like Abhishek Bachchan, Shweta Nanda Bachchan, Twinkle Khanna, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Badshah, Neha Dhupia, Varun Dhawan, Siddharth Malhotra, Ishhan Khattar, Manish Mlahotra and Jhanvi Kapoor were present at the event.

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