On the same note, one wonders what makes him supremely confident about his life long relationship with Shahrukh and family. Given the fact that due to unavoidable circumstances, even Farah Khan had to move from Shah Rukh Khan to Akshay Kumar for TEES MAAR KHAN, doesn't Karan feel apprehensive about making a statement to the tune of 'I am going to work only with Shah Rukh'?
"See, it's not just the matter of directing a film which would have him as an actor. Tomorrow, I may not be directing a film with him but the fact is that both of us will always be a part of each other's production house. In some way or another, in whatever capacity, we would be working with each other", says Karan without blinking an eyelid.
The sense of hum saath saath hain continues to be quite prevalent for Karan Johar who goes on to make a declaration for the umpteenth time that he and Shah Rukh are family.
"We are too connected to each other and when it comes to a family, you don't question their close association. Do you question someone who is working with his brother in one assignment after another? Shah Rukh and I may be having different surnames but that doesn't take away from the strong sense of brotherhood that we both carry", says Karan on an emotional note.
He also clarifies on the entire religious connotation that the film has taken over the last few days. "By no means am I aspiring to take forward the baton of an issue. Instead I am just using it as a part of the narrative. The film doesn't have any religious or spiritual undertone to it but basically sends across the message of humanity, so let's watch the film for its worth", signs off Karan.