The trailer of Akshay Kumar and Kareena Kapoor Khan starrer Good Newwz was released yesterday and the entire team including Karan Johar, Kiara Advani and Diljit Dosanjh were present at the trailer launch. The team answered several questions by the media at the event, and one of the questions posed to Karan Johar was about the spelling of Newwz, and why it was decided to be kept that way. While Karan Johar answered the question, he mentioned a film starting with 'K', of which Kareena Kapoor Khan was a part, and going by the reaction on Bebo's face, it looks like she kinda forgot that she acted in Kurbaan with Saif Ali Khan!
Well, answering about the spelling of Good Newwz, Karan Johar said that he earlier had a superstition with the letter 'K'and several of his films back then started with the letter. Then he met Raj Mehta and he and Azim, the music co-ordinator, told Karan that they want to call it 'A Good News', but he informed them that it was grammatically incorrect. After which, it was suggested they should go for double W and replace S with Z, and Karan agreed as he didn't want them to blame him later. While answering, he mentioned that Kareena Kapoor Khan had also starred in one of his films starting with the letter 'K', which didn't do well, after which he decided to drop his obsession with the letter 'K'. Kareena looked lost for a minute there and going by the expression, it looks like she almost forgot she had acted in Kurbaan with Saif Ali Khan. Take a look at the video: ALSO READ: Good Newwz Trailer Celeb Reaction: Varun Dhawan, Taapsee Laud Akshay Kumar-Kareena Kapoor, Diljit Dosanjh-Kiara Advani Starrer
We wonder what Saif Ali Khan has to say about this? Good Newwz starring Kareena Kapoor Khan, Akshay Kumar,Kiara Advani, Diljit Dosanjh is directed by RajMehta and will release on December 27.
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