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Karan Johar’s Marriage Advice To Sonam Kapoor Proves That He Is The Real Relationship Guru!

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3:39 pm 27 Aug, 2018

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Karan Johar is one Bollywood celebrity who never hesitates in speaking his mind and heart out. There have been several occasions when he has grabbed huge media and public attention for his unabashed statements. Lately, Karan Johar has been much in the news for his celebrity chat show ‘Koffee with Karan’, which is all set to be back with its 6th season very soon. The show has created a huge buzz much before its release.

It is being speculated that the ‘Dhadak’ stars Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter would grace the first episode of the show. But KWK is not the only chat show Karan Johar is famed for.

 

 

His radio show ‘Calling Karan’ in which he gives advice on love and relationships is also quite famous.

 

 

Recently, the radio show put him at the center of media’s attention as Karan said that he does not want his daughter Roohi and Kareena Kapoor’s son Taimur to be “brother and sister”.


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Now, the show has created a buzz for yet another interesting reason. Tinseltown’s newly-wedded beauty Sonam Kapoor called up Karan Johar on his radio show ‘Calling Karan’ to get some advice on how to adjust to the changes in the first year of marriage.

 

 

As always, Karan Johar had some real meaningful tips for Sonam Kapoor. The filmmaker said:

“Not that I am a marital expert Sonam! Adjustments are critical because practically being husband and wife, living together, you get privy to all the habits that your partner has that sometimes may not be in conjunction with yours. So the first thing, I really want to tell you is patience.”

 

 

Karan Johar went on to tell Sonam to observe and understand minute details such as what side of the bed her partner would like to sleep on, his routine and his television or Netflix watching habits. Karan further said:

“It could be anything that may not be in conjunction. First, understand the schedule, routine habits, and then if something really difficult, then try and talk about it. But not definitely in the first year, you don’t want to come out so strong and cause road blocks, initially.”

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