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Ever since Kangana Ranaut accused Karan Johar of propagating nepotism in the industry on his show 'Koffee With Karan', the filmmaker often finds himself being targeted on social media for the same. Recently, the 'N' word raised its ugly head again after Karan refuted all rumours surrounding the cast of Dostana 2. However, this time, KJo was in no mood to take things lightly and gave a major burn to the troller.
Find out what befitting reply Karan gave when a troller attacked him for promoting nepotism in Bollywood.
The Rumours Surrounding Dostana 2 Cast
It all began when rumours surfaced that Sidharth Malhotra and Janhvi Kapoor have been roped in for the sequel to John Abraham-Abhishek Bachchan-Priyanka Chopra starrer Dostana.
Karan Johar Refutes Rumours About Dostana 2
Reacting to all the speculations, Karan Johar took to his Twitter handle and clarified, "Hello!!! All news circulating about DOSTANA 2 is untrue!!! Lots of speculation which is entirely baseless!!!."
Not So Cool, Guys!
A Twitter user ‘God of Thunder' attacked KJo on Twitter with this tweet, "Karan Johar can win Gold medal in launching Start Kids.......#Dostana2 #nepotism #KaranJohar."
Karan's Savage Reply
Not the one to take trolls lightly, Karan decided to give the Twitter user a taste of his own medicine by hitting back, "And you will win the Bronze for Bulls**t!"
Recently, the filmmaker announced his next directorial venture 'Takht' which is a multistarrer. The movie boosts of a stellar cast which includes names like Ranveer Singh, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt, Janhvi Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Vicky Kaushal and Bhumi Pednekar. Speaking about the film, Karan had earlier told a leading website, "It's like the K3G of the Mughal era. But it's more extreme, there is more betrayal. It's has the tropes of court politics. It's so rich in texture."