Karan Johar and Ram Gopal Varma were never really friends. They actually had their opinions about each other switched to social media several times,
But everything seems to have been resolved between them.
So when KJo asked RGV if he could borrow the title Bhoot (RGV & # 39; s Bhoot The stars Ajay Devgn and Urmila Matondkar were seen in 2003. The latter said "okay" in "two seconds"!
"Bhoot was the right title for this film, but we didn't have it, "Karan explains at the trailer launch of Bhoot: The haunted ship, "I maximally thought I would hear a no from him, but I call him. I was overwhelmed by his generosity. I called and spoke to him and he said: & # 39; yes, take it and whatever you want need, let me know. & # 39; He gave me the title in about two seconds. I've been in this industry for 25 years, but I've never seen this kind of generosity. "
Bhoot: The haunted ship Vicky Kaushal plays the leading role and is inspired by a true incident in 2011 when a ship came out of nowhere and moored for a few days on Juhu Beach in Mumbai. It was directed by Bhanu Pratap Singh.
Karan Johar shares a bhoot Story from his real life on the set of Kuch Kuch Hota shark In this video:
Karan Johar loves his glasses, just like that Rest of Bollywood,
Bhoot director Bhanu Pratap Singh participate
Dhadak director Shashank Khaitan Co-producer of this film.
Bhoot – the haunted ship is scheduled for release on February 21.
Photographs: Pradeep Bandekar