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Bollywood incomplete without Karan Johar: Saif Ali Khan

Monday - June 19, 2017 4:30 pm , Category : ENTERTAINMENT
 Bollywood incomplete without Karan Johar: Saif Ali Khan
Bollywood incomplete without Karan Johar: Saif Ali Khan

Mumbai June 19 (IANS) Actor Saif Ali Khan says Bollywood is incomplete without the presence of filmmaker Karan Johar.

Saif will join Karan to host the 18th edition of the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards in New York next month.

The actor who was present here on Monday along with Varun Dhawan and Karan for an IIFA 2017 press conference said: Film industry is incomplete without Karan Johar.

When mediapersons asked the reason behind making such a statement Saif quipped: Baahubali... Can you imagine our film industry without that? He is one of those arteries in the blood flow of the film industry.

Karan who was sitting next to him thanked Saif for saying that.

Looking back at his journey as a host Karan said: I realised I started hosting shows from 2000 which was a Filmfare award. It s been 17 years! I am glad that every year I have managed to get the job! The experience is always good as I enjoy whenever I am on stage.

Karan s directorial Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is the front runner in the nomination pack of the 18th edition of the gala.

Is he nervous?

It is great to win it when you win but if you don t you should not care he said.

Saif also said that he wants to host a show with superstar Shah Rukh Khan. He said: It will be fun! He is so clever I would live to host a show with him.

Varun who was sitting next to Saif said: I would love to watch you (Saif) and Shah Rukh working together on-screen.

IIFA will be taking place at the MetLife Stadium New York on July 14 and 15.

--IANS
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