Ranking Every Karan Johar Film from Least Favorite to Best Before Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani : Part 1

Karan Johar is quite the force in Indian cinema, right? He’s stirred up strong emotions with his films over the years. Some say he sets unrealistic standards, but hey, he sure knows how to create that dreamy world on screen. Despite the criticisms, he’s been a launching pad for big talents in the industry. It’s interesting to see how each of his films becomes a hot topic after its release. Can’t wait to see where Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani falls in his lineup!

Student Of The Year! It was all about launching new faces in Bollywood, right? Alia Bhatt really shone in that film and proved her acting chops over the years. Varun Dhawan and Sidharth Malhotra also made their mark in the industry. But yeah, I agree, the movie did feel like a bit of a rehash of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and those Hollywood high school dramas. Alia Bhatt definitely stood out, though, and look at her now, a powerhouse in the industry!

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai! It was a massive hit back in the day with Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, and Rani Mukerji, right? A classic for sure, especially for those who grew up on SRK’s romantic films. But looking back, the plot does feel a bit thin and the portrayal of the female characters and the love story process seem a bit off by today’s standards, don’t you think? It’s interesting how our perspective changes over time when we rewatch these classics!

Ghost Stories! It was interesting to see Karan Johar stepping into the horror genre with this anthology. The setup with Mrunal Thakur and Avinash Tiwari in a lavish setting was classic Johar style, right? But the storyline with the new bride uncovering secrets in her new home didn’t quite hit the mark compared to the other stories in the anthology. It’s like Johar’s signature style didn’t quite translate well into the horror genre for this one.

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil! It’s considered one of Karan Johar’s more personal films, right? The movie delves into the complexities of love, sacrifices, and unrequited feelings. The controversy surrounding the casting of Fawad Khan definitely stirred things up before the release. Ranbir Kapoor’s portrayal of Ayan and Anushka Sharma’s character Alizeh’s love story had its ups and downs, especially with the treatment of unrequited love. Aishwarya Rai’s return to the screen as a poetess was quite a standout moment in the film, don’t you think?


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