I finally got up close and personal with Karan Johar and he was in such a fun, friendly mood that I managed to pop in a bunch of your Twitter questions too! This afternoon he and his young director protege Shakun Batra told me everything there is to know about their upcoming collaboration for Chivas Studio. A 14 minute film about friendship and bromance called Strangers in the Night. So of course I asked them all about their BFFs and bromance and here’s what they had to say, exclusively for MissMalini.com, yay!
The Chivas Studio 2012, Strangers in the Night
Now for YOUR Twitter questions and KJo invents a new word LIVE on camera! (Move over bromance, here comes Sismance.)
Psst! Remember that Two Minute Movie Rashmi did on K3G? Well we decided to give it to him and he seemed quite amused (and duly impressed) with our ability to condense a 3 hour movie into a bite sized blog :) told ya he was a good sport!
Love the pout KJo!
And… There’s More!
Friendship, collaborations and creative brotherhood usher in The Chivas Studio 2012. It promises to be a rich blend of cinema, art, installation and music – with the likes of Karan Johar, Rohit Bal and Karsh Kale coming together for a weekend extravaganza of eclectic talent.
This years Chivas Studio will see Karan Johar and Chivas presenting a short film directed by Shakun Batra, a tale of real friendship titled Strangers in the Night. Rohit Bal presents his urban mela titled Tamaasha and Karsh Kale explores news sounds with his musical reprise the Karsh Kale Collective.
Nov 23 & 24, 2012 at the Grand Hyatt, Mumbai. By invitation only.
Pix: Khyati Gandhi for MissMalini
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