Karan Johar has recently revealed that he lost his virginity at age of 26. In his latest article for NDTV, filmmaker Karan Johar spoke about his insecurity and subjection complex, which were later overpowered by fame.
Talking in this regard, Karan Johar revealed, “By the time I lost my virginity, I was 26 and that was after Kuch Kuch Hota Hai when I felt mildly famous.” The Dharma Production head even said that he had issues with himself like, “I wasn’t happy with my body, wasn’t entirely comfortable in my own skin.”
One of the most successful and most popular directors in Bollywood Karan Johar has revealed that he lost his virginity at 26
Karan Johar added that this fame came with immense hard work of “getting there from the fat kid I was ashamed of his body, ashamed of who he was, largely sexually ignorant and convinced he wasn’t attractive to anyone.”
Karan Johar explained, “I can’t imagine anything more awful. I really am clumsy! I wouldn’t know what to do, where to look. I can barely handle one person, where could I hope to manage two or more?”
Karan Johar continued he still believes in the intimacy, the quiet moments, the beauty of a kiss, “but the sharing will always be more exciting to me than the act itself. No chains or handcuffs or toys for me thank you very much, I don’t get the fuss – maybe I’m alone but I don’t get it.”
— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) June 29, 2016
Karan Johar candidly confessed on losing his virginity at the age of 26 after his first film ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’ and threw light on growing up in a Punjabi household when he said that his father was very shy and couldn’t have taught him about those things and how his mother, brought up by German nuns, believed that he was a gift of god sent from heaven. Karan further was sad about the fact that he did not have any elder sibling to enlighten him.
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