The new episode of Karan Johar's chat show Koffee With Karan 7 will be fabulous and how. The episode will feature Gauri Khan along with Fabulous Lives Of Bollywood Wives stars Maheep Kapoor and Bhavana Pandey. Ahead of the episode's release, Karan Johar shared a promo video from the episode, in which he asks Gauri Khan: "If your love story with Shah Rukh Khan had to be given a film title, what would it be?" Her answer was the iconic 1995 film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge in which SRK featured with Kajol. Gauri Khan said: "I think Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. I love that film." Karan Johar then added, "And yours was quite a turbulent love story," to which she replied, "It was."
Gauri Khan also called up Shah Rukh Khan during the episode. For the buzzer round of the show, the guests are required to call up their celebrity friends. Gauri Khan (no points for guessing) called up her husband Shah Rukh Khan. Karan Johar said, "If Shah Rukh Khan picks up, 6 points." Let's just say that Gauri Khan did win those 6 points. We can't wait for the episode to air.
Sharing the teaser, Karan Johar wrote: "These fabulous ladies are all set to spill some piping hot Koffee! Hotstar Specials Koffee With Karan S7, Episode 12 streaming from this Thursday 12am only on Disney+ Hotstar."
Check out the promo here:
Shah Rukh Khan married Gauri Khan in 1991. The star couple are parents to Aryan, 24, (their eldest child), who graduated from University Of South California. Their daughter Suhana will soon make acting debut with Zoya Akhtar's The Archies. SRK and Gauri are also parents to AbRam, who attends school in Mumbai.
SRK, who appeared on David Letterman's show a couple of years ago, revealed how her love for Gauri Khan brought him to Mumbai. SRK and Gauri Khan met in Delhi where they lived before moving to Mumbai. SRK revealed on the show that he only knew one thing about Gauri that she loved swimming and that is how he found her in a city "full of beaches." SRK said, "When I landed in Mumbai, I started looking for her on beaches. I asked an auto driver to take me to as many beaches as he can with the mere Rs 400 I had in my pocket and then drop me after the meter strikes 400." After exploring a couple of beaches, he finally heard Gauri's voice and she asked him, "What are you doing here?" The rest is history.