Karan Johar Reveals He Is More Fond Of Ranveer Singh Than Ranbir Kapoor

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Karan Johar Reveals He Is More Fond Of Ranveer Singh Than Ranbir Kapoor

There’s no denying that Ranbir Kapoor and Ranveer Singh are two of the most versatile superstars from the more youthful age and one can’t point a finger on their acting abilities. Karan Johar, who is as of now in Davos for the ongoing World Monetary Discussion, addressed India Today and was all complimenting Ranveer Singh. Not simply that, Karan likewise compared Ranveer and his counterparts – Ranbir and Varun Dhawan and talked about that one quality that nobody has with the exception of Ranveer.

Speaking of Ranveer he said, “I loved Ranveer on the cover of India Today magazine. I love Ranveer. He is my go-to person for everything. He is very flamboyant and that’s something that he shows to the public. He is always this person, he is originally very flamboyant. He is my hero.”

And when asked What Makes Ranveer Stand Apart? He added, “Ranveer’s energy enhances his stardom. Other actors like Ranbir Kapoor, Varun Dhawan don’t have that much energy but they are unique in their own way. They are amazing actors and are really good on screen.”

Talking about his kids Yash & Roohi, he retorted “I don’t want to spoil them because I was spoiled by my father silly, my mother kept me strong and stable. And now my mother and I are co-parenting, so it’s the same thing all over again.”

What’s One Lesson He Wants To Teach His Kids?

“The one thing that I would do when I raise my children is actually keeping them very open-minded and also not fall into traps. I think there are many children and parents tend to do when they say little things like ‘Don’t cry like a girl’. I think that can really really affect a child. That is toxic masculinity. I want my children to be in an open environment where they can say and express what they feel, where they don’t need to be slotted. I really don’t care what they do in life, whether they do the same thing as me or not, whether they are the chip of nepotism or not. I would want them to live the life they want,” said Karan while signing off.

Published by Soniya Kaur on 25 Jan 2019

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