Filmmaker Karan Johar has for the first time admitted that he regrets the ending of superhit blockbuster ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho’, which he released in 2003.
Talking at the press launch of ‘Lunch Box’, Johar told reporters, “Every film is a new mistake. When I see ‘Kuch..’, now I feel what a ridiculous story, when I see ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’, I think it is 35 minutes too long, ‘Kal..’, I wish I had changed the end…, ‘Student of the Year’, I wish it had more of emotional intensity. So, every film is a new mistake.”
“It was my father۪s decision to show him (Shah Rukh) lying on the hospital bed. I was ending it far more differently, but he said ‘Agar bada star ho toh usko marte huye dekhna chahiye, audience ko rona hai’, (if it۪s a big star, we should show him dying as the audience wants to cry), said Karan, who will direct another film next year.