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Nobody should cast me in any film, says 'flop actor' Karan Johar


The filmmaker categorically ruled out playing any full fledged role in the future.

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Mayur Lookhar

Filmmaker Karan Johar said he was a bad actor and no one should cast him at the trailer launch of actress Madhuri Dixit Nene-starrer Bucket List which Johar's Dharma Productions will be producing.

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“I am a big flop actor. None of my films run. I did Bombay Velvet (2015) and Welcome to New York (2018) and both didn't work. Nobody should cast me in any film. I should not be taken. No viability with me. I am a very big flop actor," said Johar. Bombay Velvet and Welcome to New York turned out to be disasters. In Welcome To New York, Johar played a double role.

Johar was answering a question about being interested in making more Marathi films. He categorically ruled out playing any full fledged role in the future.

Bucket List is Dixit Nene's debut in Marathi cinema and will be released on 25 May, which happens to be Johar's birthday.