Fake Friendly Fridays is a section where we pick a famous personality and throw fake questions at him/her and in return, we receive fake answers. Why should you not take it seriously? Because it is fake.
If you still didn’t get it: This is a fake interview written purely on the basis of the author’s imagination of how the actual interview would have been if we got the chance to interview these famous (some, for all the wrong reasons) personalities in real life. In short, just have a good laugh!
Hello and welcome everyone.We have with us today for our very special segment called ‘Fake Friendly Fridays’, The gossip king of Bollywood, Mr Karan Johar.
*Karan Johar enters the dimly lit room wearing a pair of Gucci sunglasses, a black and red tassled jacket with a pair of shiny silver shoes* (to match his extra personality of course)
ED: So Mr. Johar, what made you think, that the world needed another trashy, sexist, nepotism-y sequel to a disaster of a movie in the first place? (cue: SOTY).
KJo: Well, I had to do something to launch a fresh new batch of telent-less Bolllywood trash. Afterall, I have to live up to my reputation (flag bearer of nepotism)
ED: I see. So you made a shittier sequel of an already shitty movie. Great. Why am I even surprised? So, who do you think is most annoying among Tiger, Tara and Ananya?
KJo: *Sipping his cup of ‘Koffee’*, I am naturally biased towards Tiger since he reminds me of Hritik, but I think both the girls are equally annoying, and dumb as a post.
ED: Moving on, so are we going to see your kinds Yash and Roohi in SOTY 2 in the future? Or will we all have to carve our eyes out before that?
KJo: Hahaha. Don’t be silly. Who says I’m waiting for so long? The next junior Varun Dhawan and Alia roles have already been allotted to Y and R.
ED: Talking about your most recent disaster, any guesses what that would be?
KJo: Well I don’t supposes you’re talking about my Filmfare outfit now, are you?
ED: No sir. We’re talking about your movie Kalank, which was nothing but a ‘kalank’ on Indian cinema.
KJo: Now, now, don’t be so quick with your judgement. I think it was one of my finest works, deeply inspired by Mr.Bhansali’s movies you see. I took inspiration for the set, dance performances as well as the looks and jewelry.
ED: You weren’t inspired by Bhansali, you took his trademark style and massacred it like the Twin Towers during 9/11. I wanted to pull my hair out in every Madhuri Dixit scene.
KJo: I had to make her feel useful in some way, afterall, we all know her career days are behind her. I believe in charity and so should you.
ED: Let’s move on to Koffee with Karan. The only question I have is why?
KJo: Now, I can’t keep doing charity all the time na. Some things should only be about me! C(K)offee is my guilty pleasure *wink wink*.
ED: *nervously laughs*
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