Ajay shouted at me for saying nasty things about Kajol, Karan Johar


After a long standing cold battle between Karan Johar and Ajay Devgn, finally the filmmaker cleared the air between his and Ajay’s tiff and why he and his lucky mascot Kajol distanced away. Kajol and Ajay was one of the best buddies of Bollywood but it was things of the past now because today they are no longer friends.

Karan in his biography ‘An Unsuitable Boy’ reveals how he and Kajol turned foe from good friends. He blamed actor and Kajol’s husband Ajay for creating differences between him and Kajol. Karan Johar and Ajay Devgn were sharing cold vibes since the past few years and it exposed during the release of ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ and Ajay’s ‘Shivaay’ but things turned sour when Ajay called up Karan and abused him for bitching about his wife Kajol at a party. The filmmaker was heartbroken that Kajol did not give him a chance to say any words in his defend and she blindly stood by her husband.

In his autobiography, An Unsuitable Boy, Karan Johar writes, “He (Ajay) called me and shouted at me and said some really nasty things because he heard at a party that I said some things about his wife. I just felt that hearsay cannot be the reason for anyone to pick up the phone and say unsavoury things to anyone else. You have to give me the chance to defend myself.”

He added, “He put out a statement saying there should be an investigation and she re-tweeted it saying ‘SHOCKING’. And that was it. I felt she should not have allowed her husband to say such things about me and even if he had, she shouldn’t have endorsed and thirdly she should have picked up the phone and called me and said sorry for that entire situation. I did like to say and I stand by it is that this is not a phase, a feeling that will change. No matter what, she’s out of my life.

Karan Johar directed Kajol in blockbuster movies like ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’, ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’ and ‘My Name is Khan’. Karan considered Kajol as his lucky mascot but there friendship is a  history now.