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Karan Johar shows his obsession about Anushka and Virat’s wedding photographs

Karan Johar, a famous filmmaker, cannot just stop his obsession for Anushka Sharma and Indian Cricket Team captain Virat Kohli's wedding photographs by complimenting them and wishing them for their successful marriage.

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Karan Johar's obsession about Anushka and Virat Kohli's wedding photographs.
Karan Johar's obsession about Anushka and Virat Kohli's wedding photographs. IANS

Mumbai, December 14, 2017: Filmmaker Karan Johar says actress Anushka Sharma and cricket hero Virat Kohli have made a strong statement of love in the wedding photographs, which have surfaced on the Internet.

Karan spoke about the wedding photographs on his radio show “Calling Karan” on ISHQ 104.8 FM, read a statement.

“My feeling of the day is full of mush in my heart. I feel in love in all kinds of love. I have been staring incessantly at Anushka and Virat’s wedding photographs. Whether you are in a relationship or not, whether you are emotional or not whether you are all about mush and love or not,” he said.

Karan, who directed Anushka in “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil”, added: “Whatever be the circumstances, you are going to feel something. You get that bang of ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’ in your heart when you see these images.

“I can’t stop staring at these images. They are giving us all kind of relationship goals, love goals, goals that you can think of. Personally, I am obssessing about their wedding photographs. Firstly, huge congratulations to the adorably gorgeous couple! What a way to get married!

“Dignified, elegant and beautiful. They both look stunning and they both have made such a strong statement of love.”

Celebrated couturier Sabyasachi Mukherjee is behind the striking ensembles and looks sported by India’s star cricketer and Bollywood actress for their wedding festivities. The wedding took place on Monday at a resort in a restored 13th century Tuscan village in Italy. (IANS)

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Karan Johar: I Am Proud to be a Part of the Brilliant #LightUpHerLife Campaign

Women's safety is a social responsibility, says Karan Johar

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Karan Johar is currently working on a short film about women's safety in India. Wikimedia Commons

Filmmaker Karan Johar has teamed up with actress Mithila Palkar for a short film which puts the spotlight on how women feel unsafe in public spaces in India, and says it is high time people started taking the responsibility for the safety of women seriously.

“The girls of our country are extremely talented and are recognised for it across all professional fields. But there is one more field that they are unfortunately ‘talented’ in – and that is managing their own safety. While we salute them for this, we must acknowledge that safety isn’t a talent, it’s a social responsibility. And it’s high time that we all take this responsibility for the safety of women,” Karan said.

The short film titled “Girl’s Got Talent” is presented by Save the Children and created by Yuvaa as part of their #LightUpHerLife campaign. Karan has lent his voice and makes an appearance along with Mithila, who plays the lead, in the film. It is about how one of the ‘talents’ that girls need to have in India is the ability to navigate unlit, dark and unsafe streets.

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Karan Johar says it is high time people start taking the responsibility for the safety of women seriously. Wikimedia Commons

“I am proud to be a part of the brilliant #LightUpHerLife campaign by Save the Children and Yuvaa to not only raise awareness about this issue but also to identify areas that can be made secure for our girls,” added Karan, who has a daughter and a son.

Through the film, Karan Johar has urged people across India to join the movement to take steps to change the landscape of the cities and neighbourhoods by identifying unlit places and sharing them on social media using the hashtag #LightUpHerLife. He also calls upon people to move away from being bystanders and become changemakers to ensure that women feel safe.

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Talking about the movie, Mithila said: “As a woman, shooting for this film was an extremely surreal and personal experience. I felt the palpable fear women universally feel walking down an unlit street or taking public transport. I’d really like to request everyone to join this amazing initiative by Save the Children and Yuvaa to #LightUpHerLife and urge the government to make public spaces safer for women so we can reclaim our right to safety and freedom.” (IANS)