Koffee With Karan 8: Rani and Kajol revealed their ‘bit strange’ relationship and how they came closer through a saddening incident

Koffee With Karan season 8 is spilling hot gossip every week and the audience is completely in awe of it. The recent episode featured the sister duo Rani Mukherji and Kajol, which almost seemed like a Kuch Kuch Hota Hai reunion. The ace actresses shared their off-screen relationship. Rani started her career at a point where Kajol had already become a well-known star.

In the episode, Karan Johar addressed the fact that Rani and Kajol don’t share a close bond. He said What kind of family is this? They don’t even talk to each other. I thought they were cousins and it would be all fine. To which Kajol said that she has known Kajol since she was a kid and their relationship has been a bit strange. Kajol was always a didi for her.

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Rani also stated how it’s difficult to understand that when people grow older they eventually grow apart. The Mardaani star said that though there is a bit strange relationship with Kajol, she is close to Kajol’s younger sister Tanisha Mukherjee.

Later on, Karan asked what brought them closer in terms of sharing a familial bond. To which Rani replied by saying, “As families when you lose your loved ones, and I was very close to Kajol’s dad. When you go through tough times, when you go through loss in the family in terms of people you love, I think that’s when everyone comes closer,” as reported by The Indian Express.

Rani expressed that age was a factor that led to them not being close to each other during that time. She said that there is a huge difference when you are 17 and when you are 40. You also grow wiser with time and understand to not bother about the little things in life.

The episode was a fun session which had many shocking revelations. Kajol and Rani even addressed the issue that both their husbands encountered against each other. Both the actresses came closer when their fathers died. They were present for the other to console them.