Karan Johar: I am 44 and I don’t listen to people anymore
Filmmaker Karan Johar has stopped taking opinions seriously and is fine with his attitude getting labeled as “mid-life crisis.”
“I have stopped worrying about the ramification or what others say. You have to basically become deaf because yesterday opinions are available everywhere. You wake up to opinions, sleep and you’re reading opinions,” Johar said.
The filmmaker was speaking at the book launch of sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan here last evening. Johar, 44, said he chooses to focus on his work than ponder over the consequences.
“People have a lot of time in the world to give you their opinion, it’s what you choose to take in or not to. I have decided, you can call it a good mid-life crisis, I am 44 and I don’t listen to people anymore,” he added.