Karan Johar is known to give it off to trolls, if he doesn't agree with them. Very recently, he has directed his wrath on a bunch of netizens trolling him for his films Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna and Takht. Trolls are accusing the films of promoting 'nepotism' and 'extramarital affairs'.

It so happened that yesterday KJo took to social media to tweet, "A film that will always remain special to me! Had polarised responses but is discussed and probably understood better today! My dream cast @SrBachchan @iamsrk @juniorbachchan @realpreityzinta #Rani #12YearsOfKANK ❤️ (sic)."
While KJo was jubilant on the 12 year achievement of KANK,  but there was a certain someone who wasn't too pleased with the film.

The said twitter user commented, "Thanks for promoting Extra Marital affairs (sic)."
Karan couldn't stop himself from reverting. He wrote, "Hello uninformed person! You cannot promote something that is already a big hit! (sic)."

KJo didn't stop here with the KANK comments. He moved on to read a bit more comments about his upcoming film Takht.

A lady commented about the casting of the film saying, "soooo Karan @karanjohar's new film #Takht is not under Dharma Productions rather Nepotismismyname Productions (sic)."

Karan blasted her with his sarcasm by writing, "Ma’m...your clever coinage is original and has a dash of humour but nothing can match your beautiful DP image! Hand on chin and looking at an undisclosed location.... (sic)."

Another person, sharing a news piece about Janhvi Kapoor bagging her second film, wrote, "Another example of #Nepotism by @karanjohar .Favoring friends, kids of friends, family and relatives. I hate watching Bollywood films now. The industry is run like a dynasty now (sic)."

Karan blasted the person by writing, "You must stop immediately or the world will come to a drastic end! (sic)." 

Karan Johar, had recently announced his multi-starrer Takht, a peroid drama to be directed by him, starring Janhvi Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt, Ranveer Singh and Vicky Kaushal. 

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