- Karan Johar will co-judge India's Next Superstar
- "Are you looking for a makeover?" asks Twitter
- Karan Johar is launching Sridevi's daughter in new film
Why doing this drama. Thousands of strugglers must be visiting you daily. You never gave them any chance but just launched star kids.looking for an image makeover?— Gareeb Gareeb Single (@im_yyk) November 17, 2017
Have seen too many shows like this since myy childhood Sirjiiii. Do we really see them getting the lead roles like the mainstream actors ???— Abhijeet Kadam (@Abhijee62496960) November 17, 2017
Best line was na khandan na sifarish word nepotism seems to be engraved with Mr Karan— kishor (@kishorkg29) November 17, 2017
Nepotism sucks!!— Harshit TZH 'RIPPER' (@iamhrxxx) November 17, 2017
Nepotism aside, Karan Johar is also being trolled for the typo in the tweet about his new show. Karan Johar spelled superstar as 'siperstar' and one Twitter user said: "In your excitement, Superstars demoted to Siperstars? Yeah kya ho Raha hai."
SIPERSTARS?— Aakash Arora (@_aakash_vaani) November 17, 2017
Is it SUPERSTARS or SIPERSTARS? Pls spell check bro...— Anitha Gayathri (@anithagayathry) November 17, 2017
Spelling mistake it's Super star - not SIPER— AllwynBeingHuman (@AllwynMichael) November 17, 2017
ROFL...India's next "siperstars"— 2nd Coming (@nowORnevah) November 17, 2017
Earlier this year, actress Kangana Ranaut labelled Karan Johar as the "flagbearer of nepotism" in Bollywood, which snowballed into a series of controversies. In Karan Affairs, KJo's column for NDTV, the filmmaker said he agreed that there is nepotism but he also said that he has launched several artistes with non-films background. "I have also launched Sidharth Malhotra who has nothing to do with anyone, but why bother mentioning that." Sidharth Malhotra debuted in Student Of The Year along with Alia Bhatt (daughter of Mahesh Bhatt) and Varun Dhawan (son of David Dhawan).
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