Strong assertion, if you ask me. And one that had virtually no support when it came to the debut of Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt’s Koffee with Karan. Except for the scene where Ranveer Singh imitates Hrithik Roshan, Varun Dhawan, Kartik Aaryan, Ajay Devgn, and Aamir Khan, there was neither political incorrectness nor amusement. Additionally, we won’t see any Khans on the couch.
In a modified Bollywood, Koffee with Karan has decided to remain tone-deaf and has shown absolutely no courage to remake itself for a new audience.
Karan Johar decided to hold a brief, two-minute serious discussion with the celebrities on his sofa.
A criticism of the business was made early in the episode when Johar and Bhatt said they didn’t think the program would ever return because of “whatever happened.”
Johar continued by criticising the “snake emoji” that Koffee with Karan has come to be known for. Additionally, the snake emoji came up more often than not during the talk. No new information was supplied, and the fraternity must have been frightened during those exhausting days when the public, the media, and other actors pointed fingers. Only Ranveer Singh had the temerity to use the word “nepo bias” twice.
It was extremely tedious to see this go place when three individuals who were personally impacted by the slander campaign against Bollywood following Sushant Singh Rajput’s passing were seated together. Conspiracy theorists claimed Alia Bhatt’s father Mahesh had a hand in the incident, and Deepika Padukone—who also happens to be Ranveer Singh’s wife—was the topic of a WhatsApp discussion exposé carried out by many news outlets. Karan Johar was also referred to as a “murderer.”
Nothing about this was spoken about. Things that we really wanted to discuss. Rather, a strange game like Alia Bingo or Ranveer Bingo stole around 10 minutes of screen time.