Karan Johar avoided coming on the shoot of his own film, reveals Vicky Kaushal

Updated: Feb 14, 2020, 08:07 IST | mid-day online correspondent | Mumbai

In a conversation with Vicky Kaushal in The Kapil Sharma Show, Kapil Sharma enquired about a rumour that Karan Johar used to get very scared during the shoot of the film.

Karan Johar. Image sourced from mid-day archives
Karan Johar. Image sourced from mid-day archives

Filmmaker Karan Johar has not dabbled in the horror genre much, except for his first outing being Soham Shah's directorial titled Kaal. However, the filmmaker seems dead set on conquering the genre with his recent attempts: One of the short films on Netflix such as Ghost Stories, as well as his upcoming production Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship, starring Vicky Kaushal and Bhumi Pednekar.

Recently, Vicky Kaushal was seen getting candid on The Kapil Sharma Show and spilling beans on the less known facts about Karan Johar and his film. In a conversation with Vicky, Kapil enquired about a rumour that Karan Johar used to get very scared during the shoot of the film. Kapil also questioned if Karan used to hug him tightly in fear. In his response, Vicky shared, "This is only the half-truth. During the shoot of the film, he used to get very scared that he avoided coming on the set."

The conversation continued when Vicky mentioned that he himself is very scared of ghosts and horror films. However, he believes that with this film he might be able to overcome his fear and try his hand at more horror films.

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