The world is witnessing an all together different side of ace filmmaker Karan Johar, courtesy his biography 'An Unsuitable Boy'.
In-conversation with author Shobha De at the recently held book launch, the 44-year-old shed light on his nurturing quality, while expressing his desire to become a parent.
Karan revealed he realised this quality when he launched Alia Bhatt, Sidharth Malhotra and Varun Dhawan in 'Student of the Year'.
"I feel I have that nurturing quality in me and I saw that most when I launched Alia, Varun and Sid. I can't let them go off even now. It has been nearly five years but I see myself staring at what they're doing, what they're saying. Even for all those at 'Dharma'. The emotion comes from a very strong paternal space," he said.
"I would like to be a parent. I don't know in what capacity, I don't know how it's going to happen. I don't have answers to those questions. But I do feel the need because I feel I have love to offer," KJo added.
Talking about the release of the love he has within himself, the 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' director said, "I feel there is so much within me and the love has to have a release, it is not going into a relationship, it goes abundantly to my mother, friends and company.
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