Kareena Kapoor had once joked in an interview that her mother, Babita, wonders why Karan Johar is on every medium. He is on TV. He is in films. He is in ads. He is on reality shows. He is on the radio. Well, Babita Ji, now Karan is on Netflix also. So, we all might want to get ready for that. The multi-talented producer has bagged an interesting project with the streaming giant in India. He will be seen hosting a dating reality show for the OTT platform. The official announcement about the same was made today. Taking KJo's birthday as an opportunity, Netflix joked that they are gifting themselves this show as a present. So, Sunny Leone better buckle up, because her Splitsvilla is all set to get some serious competition. Zero: Shah Rukh Khan’s Film Is on Netflix and Fans Are Surprised to See It’s Different From Theatrical Version – Read Tweets.
The title of the show is What The Love with Karan Johar and will be produced by BBC Studios India. Netflix India tweeted, "This is probably not how presents work but on the occasion of his birthday we've decided to gift ourselves a dating show hosted by @karanjohar. What The Love? With Karan Johar, coming to Netflix!" Before this, Karan was seen dishing dating advice on his own radio show, Calling Karan. Kiara Advani Bags Fifth Project with Karan Johar; to Star in Netflix Original Guilty?
This is probably not how presents work but on the occasion of his birthday we've decided to gift ourselves a dating show hosted by @karanjohar. What The Love? With Karan Johar, coming to Netflix!@BBCStudiosIndia pic.twitter.com/edK73FeDrUAlso Read | Karan Johar Birthday Special: His Colourful Wardrobe Should be a Bible for all the Men Out There
— Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) May 25, 2019
Karan is super excited to join hands with Netflix. He tweeted that he can't wait to spread the love.
— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) May 25, 2019
This won't be Karan's first project for Netflix. He has earlier directed a short for the anthology film, Lust Stories, for the OTT platform. He is also directing a short in another anthology titled, Ghost Stories, which would be the first time the Karan directing a horror film. His production house, Dharmatic, is also making an original film, Guilty, for the streaming platform.