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Karan Johar Honors Late Father on 20th Anniversary of 'Kal Ho Naa Ho'

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Karan Johar Honors Late Father on 20th Anniversary of 'Kal Ho Naa Ho'

Two decades have passed since the release of 'Kal Ho Naa Ho,' a film that remains a classic in the annals of Indian cinema. The film's 20th anniversary was commemorated with an emotional tribute by Karan Johar, whose father, Yash Johar, co-produced the movie under their banner, Dharma Productions.

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Remembering Yash Johar

Karan took to Instagram to share a heartfelt message, reflecting on the film's journey and its personal significance. 'Kal Ho Naa Ho' held a special place in his heart as it was the last film his father worked on. His post was a poignant salute to his father's influence and dedication to storytelling. Karan extended his gratitude, acknowledging his father's relentless pursuit of meaningful narratives that have left an indelible mark on Bollywood.

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A Directorial Debut to Remember

The film also marked the directorial debut of Nikkhil Advani. Advani's contribution to the film was recognized by Karan in his post. He hailed Advani's memorable first outing as a director, a sentiment echoed by Advani himself in a recent interview with Hindustan Times. He recounted the dream-like experience of working with an esteemed cast and crew on his very first film.

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'Kal Ho Naa Ho': A Timeless Classic

'Kal Ho Naa Ho' boasted an impressive ensemble cast led by Shah Rukh Khan, Preity Zinta, and Saif Ali Khan, with stand-out performances from Jaya Bachchan, Sonali Bendre, and others. The film's enduring appeal is a testament to the power of its storytelling and the memorable performances by its cast. As Karan Johar celebrated this important milestone, he invoked the spirit of his late father, reminding us all of the timeless stories that continue to shape Indian cinema.

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