It was the year of 1998 when we were introduced to the work of Karan Johar for the first time. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai became an instant blockbuster by making a place in the heart of all - young or old. It was fresh way of presenting Cinema. I fell in love with K2H2 immediately. It was a beautiful movie- full of excitement, fun, love and emotions coupled with fantastic music. --By Puneet Gautam on 23 January 2017
Loved it.. am big fan of Bollywood industrie. More than that I loved this book for kj's view about his own life , other people, situations and how he overcame tough situations in life. Very motivating and everything in this book has covered all the small things we would like to know and read, more than that he has shown all the guts to write the truth without hurting anyone in the industry. --By Sabah Hameed on 31 January 2017
So well written... If u are looking for voyeurism it's not the correct book.. There is, thankfully no gossip.. Nothing that you are as a regular reader not aware of.. What the book does do is give you an insight into a mindset of a person, and how he became what he is today. The ups and downs of his career.. His beliefs and ideology... It's a great read. It felt almost like a narrative.. And it's wonderful how u can connect bits of yourself with what he went through and how he does what he does. Nicely done! --By Sophia Rahim on 28 January 2017
Karan Johar is synonymous with success, panache, quick wit, and outspokenness, which sometimes inadvertently creates controversy and makes headlines. KJo, as he is popularly called, has been a much-loved Bollywood film director, producer, actor, and discoverer of new talent. With his flagship Dharma Production, he has constantly challenged the norms, written and rewritten rules, and set trends. But who is the man behind the icon that we all know? Baring all for the first time in his autobiography, An Unsuitable Boy, KJo reminisces about his childhood, the influence of his Sindhi mother and Punjabi father, obsession with Bollywood, foray into films, friendships with Aditya Chopra, SRK and Kajol, his love life, the AIB Roast, and much more. In his trademark frank style, he talks about the ever-changing face of Indian cinema, challenges and learnings, as well as friendships and rivalries in the industry. Honest, heart-warming and insightful, An Unsuitable Boy is both the story of the life of an exceptional film-maker at the peak of his powers and of an equally extraordinary human being who shows you how to survive and succeed in life.