By Hindustan Times
Their styles of filmmaking and choice of subjects are quite different, yet filmmaker Karan Johar has always enjoyed director Rohit Shetty’s brand of action-comedy. After watching Golmaal 3 (2010), Karan apparently called Rohit to compliment his work in the film. The two exchanged numerous
messages and last week, when Karan returned from Bangkok after wrapping up a schedule of his campus caper, Student Of The Year, they met and decided to partner on a project.
This is the first time Dharma Productions, under Karan’s reign, has signed on an established director for a film. “We are extremely excited about this venture. Rohit’s unbeatable track record, immense goodwill and clockwork professionalism is a dream come true for any producer,” says Karan, adding, “The cast, script and time