Karan Johar is not just any other Bollywood filmmaker. He’s one of the most influential personalities in today’s times who proved to be a game changer in Bollywood. His films are considered culturally very significant and moreover, he was the one who made everyone aware that even directors can be stars in themselves and come and speak on public platforms rather than being at the backseat.
Today, Karan Johar has added another feather in his cap. He is attending the India Economic Summit of the World Economic Forum being held in Delhi. He’s a part of the panel session which also comprises of Mastercard’s Ajay S Banga, Welspun’s Dipali Goenka, Minister of Railways and Coal of India Piyush Goyal, Minister of Textiles, Information and Broadcasting of India Smriti Irani, Malvika Iyer from the United Nations Inter-Agency Network on Youth Development, Sunil Bharti Mittal from Bharti Enterprises. The discussion attempts to look into various ways that India has been counting its narrative as a world player.
It would surely be interesting to see Karan Johar, as the representative from Bollywood, talking about these important issues. It also makes it clear that his views are considered significant and that’s the reason he has been called and not just to bring star value to the event.