- Karan was received Vogue's Man Of The Year award
- He covers the issue with Sonam, Anushka and Twinkle
- Karan Johar shared pictures from Vogue event as well
Social media thinks Karan Johar has absolutely no business covering a Vogue edition that celebrates women and is expressing disapproval with insults - "Four beautiful ladies," wrote one commenter, another asked, "Did you have a gender malfunction?"
Meri haat ki baat chin li— Poulami Chanda (@iampchanda) September 25, 2017
Why exactly is Karan Johar standing in the 'women we love' edition of Vogue? pic.twitter.com/GfScsYwsQZ— BeingBored (@vedant123) September 25, 2017
Ohh !! So They Mention This Line "And The Man We Love"..— Waseem Kazi (@Its_WaseemKazi) September 25, 2017
Charo girls bahut sundar— Sourabh Vyas (@Sourabh16453712) September 25, 2017
spice gurls...— Man Utd (@utdVR) September 25, 2017
Did you have a gender malfunction ?— Armchair commentator (@PariNeedty) September 25, 2017
Karan Johar was named Man of the Year at the Vogue Women of the Year awards held over the weekend, attended not only by those who made the cover but also Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Gauri Khan and other achievers.
Last year, Karan Johar severely trolled trolls (in style) when he wrote about the reactions to his social media posts in Karan Affairs, a column for NDTV.com: "Why is it that every time I put up a pouting picture on Instagram, I'm just called chakka, gay, I'm told "chup kar ch***ye? That's my favourite, by the way. My absolute favourite. Anything I ever say, these three golden words are thrown at me. I maybe as sad as you, as lonely as you, as messed up as you, but here's what I also know: I'm just a lot nicer than you."
Karan Johar's last film as director was Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and as producer it was Badrinath Ki Dulhania. He is awaiting the release of Ittefaq, Drive and Raazi.