These People to Trust: Karan Johar Reveals Details of Letter From his Father
Renowned Bollywood director and producer Karan Johar has termed his father Yash Johar’s ‘business’ letter as ‘bible’ and revealed that letter had detailed information about mutual funds, investments, bank accounts and even names of people Karan should trust.
In a latest interview with Masters’ Union’s Business of Bollywood, Mr. Johar revealed that his father knew that he was clueless about the business and company, due to which he wrote this letter with all the necessary details about the company.
“The fourth day after my father passed away, we had a prayer meeting and I came back to the office sitting all alone thinking how am I gonna take this company? I don’t even know where my money is? I don’t because my dad did everything for my mom and me,” Mr. Johar said.
The ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham’ director further revealed that he was a spoilt brat and ‘one day his father wanted him to sign cheques’ but he ended up writing ‘lots of love’ as he was used to ‘signing autographs.’
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“He came with a letter that my father had left behind for me. It was a business letter; it was not an emotional letter. That letter actually had the details of mutual funds, investments and names of people I should trust or not.”
“This is how you should take the business forward. It became kind of my Bible. So, I took that Bible like five to six pages of detailed things about bank accounts and bank where money is, where property investments are,” added Mr. Johar.
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Talking about the late Yash Johar, he died of cancer in June 2004. His renowned productions were movies like Dostana (1980), Duniya (1984), Agneepath (1990), Gumrah (!993), Duplicate (1993) and Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998), Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham (2001), Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) and others.
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