Has filmmaker Karan Johar has fallen out with old pal, Aditya Chopra? Or is it just a business related new arrangement? The director who always sold his films to the Yash Raj banner for distribution has decided to go outside and look for another distributor outside.
Reports say that Karan’s next two films, â€˜Wake Up Sidâ€™ with Ranbir Kapoor and Konkona Sen Sharma and Rensil D’Silvaâ€™s untitled next will be distributed by UTV at a cost of Rs 60 crore.
The rumours of the Karan thinking of doing business minus the Chopras have been doing the rounds for quite a while now.
Now it has been confirmed with UTV being the sole distributors of Dharma Productions’ next two films.
It happened after a few rounds of talks between K Jo and Ronnie Screwvala of UTV for a while now.
They are believed to be in agreement on not just the commerce part of filmmaking but also on quality and K Jo has apparently said that.
Well, K Jo has found a new partner. So does that mean bye bye Adi?
Letâ€™s wait and watch to find out!