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Karan Johar gears up for a gruelling summer!
April 16, 2013 07:25:53 PM IST updated April 16, 2013 07:33:31 PM IST By Joginder Tuteja, Glamsham Editorial
If globetrotting for his films as well as award functions wasn't enough, there is more for Karan Johar. The filmmaker has as many as three films lined up for release within one month flat, hence resulting in an utmost tiring schedule.
"Karan has just landed back in Mumbai after being in Vancouver for a few days. Now he heads straight to the promotion and marketing of his films BOMBAY TALKIES, GIPPI and YEH JAWAANI HAI DEEWANI. He is going to be super occupied like never before," informs a source.
Moreover with 2 STATES already in the making and UNGLI seeing a brisk progress as well, courtesy limited duration for Sanjay Dutt to finish his shoot, things have gone extreme for Karan to handle.
"It is going to be a gruelling summer for Karan," the source adds, "Within six months of STUDENT OF THE YEAR, he has wrapped up BOMBAY TALKIES, albeit for one of the four segments. As a director, this is the minimum space between two of his films and now he has to promote it extensively as well. Just a week after BOMBAY TALKIES, his own production GIPPI arrives which is very close to his heart. Since the film is a non-starcast affair and is also unconventional to the core, he is required to cover an extra distance to ensure visibility."
Though he doesn't have to worry from visibility perspective for Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone starrer YEH JAWAANI HAI DEEWANI, which arrives three weeks after GIPPI, massive expectations from the film means that Karan has a task in hand to change gears and ensure yet another 100 crore success for his banner after AGNEEPATH.
Says Karan, who has just returned from Vancouver, "Yes, I am going ahead with the flow. It is as hectic as it gets. With three films of mine coming so close to each other, I don't think I would have any time for even a breather."