Filmmaker Karan Johar will address students at a conference at the prestigious Harvard Business School in Boston, USA.
Karan Johar, 43, who dons several hats of filmmaker, actor, fashion designer, TV show host and writer, will be a keynote speaker during the upcoming India Conference 2016.
It will be held in the first week of February.
"It's an honour to be a keynote speaker at Harvard. I will address the students on February 6. Sharing one's views on a global platform is always exhilarating. Interacting with the students and the faculty there will be enlightening," Johar said in a statement.
With majority of his films finding audience among NRIs in different parts of the world, the 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai' director has become the face of Bollywood internationally.
Johar is currently busy with the post-production of "Kapoor & Sons" and his upcoming directorial venture 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil'.
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