Karan Johar talks about filmmakers' social responsibility; says 'no one can change' society with one film

 

Karan Johar on how one film can't change society

Karan Johar recently became a part of AIMA's (All India Management Association) 9th National Leadership Conclave in Delhi. While speaking at the event, the filmmaker admitted that cinema brings a change in society over a period of time thus filmmakers have a tremendous responsibility towards what they say. However, he added that one film      can't change the fabric of the society.

"What we project and what we say , we have to consider it with some amount of sensitivity because people take the spoken word very seriously. Of course, no one can change the fabric of society with one feature film. It is not possible. It takes a lot of work and a lot of cinema if you want to drive home a point today. I believe so many films that talk about women empowerment are finally hitting home today. Nothing happens overnight," he said. Karan Johar's work front 

Karan recently announced the release date of his upcoming film Mr & Mrs. Mahi starring Janhvi Kapoor and Rajkummar Rao in the lead.

Sharing the announcement on his Instagram handle, KJo wrote, “Some films are more than just stories … they are so much more than celluloid love …they talk to the viewer about dreams and how many a time people closest to us can come in the way of our dream.. MR AND MRS MAHI is exceptionally close to our hearts.. and we can’t wait to share our campaign designs with you on Monday… but for now we have a release date!!! 31st MAY 2024!!! At a cinema near you!”

The filmmaker is also gearing up for the release of his films like Kill and Bad Newz.

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