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Karan Johar Posted A Good Luck Pic Before Dhadak’s Release But Netizens Called The Movie A Flop

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3:04 pm 5 Jul, 2018

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It looks like people have strongly accepted the nepotism king tag that Kangana Ranaut once gave to Karan Johar. The famous filmmaker has been time and again trolled for grooming the star kids and launching them in his movies. From Varun Dhawan to Alia Bhatt, Karan has helped many to make it big in Bollywood. And now, he is all set to launch Sridevi’s elder daughter Janhvi Kapoor in his upcoming film ‘Dhadak’. The actress will be seen opposite Shahid Kapoor’s brother Ishaan Khatter.

The movie is facing a lot of drama way before its release. It is not just nepotism but Karan is being criticized for making another romantic cliché. And now, people have got a new reason chance to troll him.

 

The movie is just a few days away from hitting the theaters. As it’s Janhvi’s debut film, it is going to decide if the actress has a bright future in the glamorous industry or not. To wish his actors good luck, Karan posted a picture of Ishaan and Janhvi along with the film’s director Shashank Khaitan.

Here’s what he wrote in the pic’s caption:

16 days before the release of our film #dhadak! The trio with racing heartbeats!!! @[email protected] @ishaan95

 

Check out the pic below:

A post shared by Karan Johar (@karanjohar) on Jul 4, 2018 at 4:42am PDT

The last thing he would have expected was to get trolled because of this photograph. Karan’s latest post gave people another chance to verbally thrash him. People not only criticized him for not giving a chance to other except star kids but also abused him for ruining the famous Marathi song Zingaat. The song’s Hindi version failed to please many and people are still angry about it.

Here’s how people reacted to the photograph:


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The movie is all set to release on 20 July 2018. It was Sridevi’s dream to see her daughters making their name in the industry and Janhvi has already started living the life her mother wanted for her.

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