Karan Johar expresses gratitude, Sara Ali Khan’s throwback video goes viral

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Filmmaker Karan Johar on his 48th Birthday was humbled as many of his industry friends wished him on social media. Karan took to his Instagram to show his gratitude towards his close friends Manish Malhotra and Punit Malhotra by thanking them for the special birthday message they sent in an hour long video.

Karan Johar wrote, “I turned 48 yesterday and was overwhelmed with all the love and wishes that were showered on me..I feel so blessed to have such wonderful friendships around me that are beyond family to me and mine today ….yesterday my dearest and closest friend @manishmalhotra05 made a video for me with messages from my close friends and family…it was the best present I could have ever received …he has been relentlessly following up with everyone for the past week and i was overwhelmed with emotion watching it….it made my day and my year and many years ahead as well….thank you Manish for this will cherish it all my life….I love you so much!!! Have known and been close to you for 28 years now!!!! Big thank you to my bacha @punitdmalhotra who helped execute and edit this video ( that was 1 hour 5 minutes long) i love you Punit and I can totally believe how Manish must have sat on your head 😂😂😂 ! Both of you are in my heart forever! ❤️❤️❤️❤️”

On which Manish replied, ” Karan you are truly special to us and we all love you very much”

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In another throwback video that has gone somewhat viral on social media , we see a throwback video of actor Sara Ali Khan. She is with her brother Ibrahim Ali Khan and the drama queen that she is, can clearly be seen in the snippet. The clip was shown in Koffee with Karan, where Sara came along with her father, Actor Saif Ali Khan.

Take a look at the photos here:

The actor made her debut in 2018 film, Kedarnath, alongside Sushant Singh Rajput and was last seen in Imtiaz Ali’s ‘Love Aaj Kal’. Her upcoming film includes, ‘Coolie No.1’ with Varun Dhawan and Anand L Rai’s ‘Atrangi Re’.