Bollywood ace filmmaker Karan Johar is all set to reunite with Alia Bhatt for a movie titled ‘Jigra‘, which is helmed by Vasan Bala. Interestingly, Bala recently disclosed the rationale behind teaming up with Karan Johar on this project, even though he hadn’t been particularly inspired by KJo’s previous films.
In their recent conversation with The Week, Karan Johar shared an interesting anecdote, mentioning that Vasan Bala fell asleep while watching ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham…’ He expressed that the decision to work with Vasan was exciting for them, precisely because he hadn’t been an avid admirer of the ‘Student of the Year’ director’s previous directorial work.The filmmaker also pointed out that he understands not everyone may appreciate everything he does, but he valued Vasan’s honesty in expressing his true opinions.
In the same interview, the ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’ director asked Bala about the kind of project he wanted to create. This led Bala to believe that the collaboration would be a genuine and equal creative partnership.
Vasan Bala’s ‘Jigra’ starring Alia Bhatt revolves around the compelling bond shared between a brother and sister. It is slated for a theatrical release on September 27, 2024.

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