Karan Johar's 'Unsuitable Boy' released by SRK
Director Karan Johar's biography was released in Mumbai by his close friend and ace star Shah Rukh Khan. The book was launched under Shobhaa De's line of books and released by Penguin Random House India. The book carries details from Johar's life, beginning from his "childhood to his entry into the film industry with a blockbuster of a debut."
Another feather to Johar's cap: Director, producer, actor, host
After having tasted success as a director, producer, TV anchor; he has even tried his hand at acting with full-fledged roles and cameos.
Shahrukh's ode to Johar
At the launch, SRK said that Karan was an important person in his life. He said that the book was wrongly titled and should have been called 'The Good Boy' or 'The Intelligent Boy' or 'The Sensitive Boy' or 'The Brave Boy'. He joked that he felt he had accomplished a lot "because there is a full chapter dedicated to me in his book."
Title of the book
The title of Karan Johar's book comes from Vikram Seth's 'A Suitable Boy' released in 1993.
Few things Johar spoke about at the launch
Johar said that he didn't care about "people judge my sexuality because they think they own me, since I am in their living room every day as a TV personality". On his relationship with Kajol he said "chapters end. Books end. Relationships end." He also spoke about his relationship with SRK and said that he had first met him during the shooting of 'Duplicate'.