Need to leave an archive of many movies behind: Karan Johar
A file photo of Karan Johar.
Mumbai: Karan Johar says he aims to direct at least one movie every two years as the filmmaker wants to leave an archive of many films behind.
Johar, who last directed 'Student of the Year' in 2012, is not particularly happy with the increase in gap between his directorial ventures.
His next directorial venture, 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil', is scheduled to release this Diwali.
"My primary passion is to direct films and I want to make one film in every two years because my gaps become longer. I think next year I need to do some adjustments so
that I direct many films. I am not getting any younger and I feel I need to leave an archive of many movies behind," Johar told reporters here.
The 'My Name Is Khan' director was speaking at the launch of 'India's Got Talent' season seven. The reality TV show, part of the global 'British Got Talent' franchise, first aired in India in 2009.
Along with Johar, the show is judged by actress Kirron Kher and Malaika Arora Khan.
Malaika said the show is different from other reality shows out there as it is an amalgamation of various talents.
"There are comedy, singing, dancing shows, but this is the only show which is an amalgamation of everything on stage and we have get talent from around the world as well. So you can't take away that essence of the show," she said.
The season seven will premiere on April 30 on Colors channel.
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