if you know me, you know that i’m never speechless, when i’m immensely happy, i scream, laugh or cry, but i’m never speechless. i can talk about anything and everything, but when i saw karan today, all of that went out of the window.
@karanjohar, as a filmmaker, you have inspired me for as long as i can remember. today, you told me about your life, outside of films. i made it pretty clear how much i love you, even though i was stammering and unable to form proper sentences. you have no idea how much it means to me that you, the person that i call the god of cinema, gave me advice on making films. thank you for being the sweetest person ever, and letting my mum surprise me like this. i love you. also, thanks a ton to @varundvn for meeting me (and remembering me)! you’re amazing!
you guys, my friends and family know how much karan johar means to me, he’s made me smile ever since i was born. today was the best day of my life, and nothing will ever surpass this. when people say that his films are unrealistic, i agree with them, but that’s the thing, you don’t go to the cinema to see something that you experience everyday, you go there to escape from reality. at least i do. films like kuch kuch hota hai made me smile and gave me dreams of my one true love, all at the age of 4. ten years later, ae did hai mushkil showed me that love isn’t just about relationships, and we need to realise that not everyone has a happy ending. my name is khan showed us a side of bollywood that isn’t just about love, but also isn’t just about terrorism, everything is connected, everything has a story. today, i got to meet the brains of dharma productions, and it was beautiful.