On Twitter, Karan Johar is given up. The filmmaker just tweeted a message of encouragement. Making room for only more positive energies, and this is the first step in that direction, he tweeted on Monday. Hello, Twitter! Karan’s Twitter account has been removed.
Many people responded to Karan’s tweet after it was posted. Focus on your mental wellness and Brahmastra Part 2, someone tweeted. Good fortune. I’m sending good vibes. Positive energy and harmony are significantly more vital than any social media site, according to another tweet. Some people did, however, also circulate jokes about Karan leaving Twitter. You won’t be missed, one person added. He (Karan) will deactivate this account and begin using an unidentified account, someone else tweeted in Hindi.
Recently, Karan discussed how some members of the film business were “negative” about Brahmastra. The director avoided naming any specific individuals, although recently, directors Vivek Agnihotri and Kangana Ranaut, among others, had questioned the box office results of the Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt-starring film. “Although I respect everyone’s right to their own ideas, there are some types of people in the industry that work for it and have been there for a long time. This makes me occasionally unhappy. Though it’s acceptable to be critical, being unkind is not. Everyone needs that policing, so we will accept it wholeheartedly if it is critical. However, I think that occasionally some people go beyond criticism and into criticism. Since we are all in the same business, don’t you want this movie to succeed? Occasionally, those in the business who also identify as media professionals rejoice when a movie is ruined. That, in my opinion, is never a good thing, Karan said.
According to reports, Brahmastra Part One – Shiva made $425 crore worldwide in just under four weeks. The director, who supported the Ayan Mukerji movie, claimed that the night before Brahmastra’s September 9 release was restless. Recently, Karan addressed complaints about his programme Koffee With Karan. The show’s seventh season just ended, and Karan said he was amused to see people analysing a lighthearted chat show.