DDLJ Turns 25: Karan Johar shares pics with late Amrish Puri, SRK as he reminisces legendary love story

Karan Johar, who played the role of Raj Malhotra's friend Rocky in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jaayenge, shared pictures from the film's sets and it will surely leave you nostalgic.
DDLJ Turns 25: Karan Johar with late Amrish Puri and SRK.DDLJ Turns 25: Karan Johar shares pics with late Amrish Puri, SRK as he reminisces legendary love story.
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After Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol and Anupam Kher, Karan Johar took to social media to share his most memorable moments from the iconic film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jaayenge. The filmmaker, who played the role of Raj Malhotra's friend Rocky in the film, shared pictures from the film's sets. While one photo shows Karan in conversation with the late actor Amrish Puri who played Kajol's onscreen father. Whereas another still, shows the group of three friends on the train in Europe. 

Sharing the photos, Karan remarked how DDLJ was a 'learning ground' for him. He added, "DDLJ is so so special to me and will always be....it was my training ground ....I have indelible memories of our times on set....the film has achieved the status of being a legendary love story and I am so proud that I was a tiny part of this beautiful film!" Karan Johar also thanked Aditya Chopra for teaching him while he was on the sets of DDLJ. 

"Thank you Adi for all my learning’s and all the memories ..#DDLJ25 @yrf," Karan Johar added. Karan also shared the same video as SRK which celebrates 25 years of love. Check out Karan Johar's post on the occasion of DDLJ clocking 25 years:

Meanwhile, Anupam Kher revisited his hilarious scene with his onscreen son Shah Rukh Khan. Like SRK and Kajol, Anupam also changed his social media display picture to his character from the film. Sharing the video, Anupam wrote, "Proud to be part of this iconic film which completes 25 years today. Yes, your love has been a constant!! A big thank you!! JAI HO!! DharamvirMalhotra #Pops #25YearsOfDDLJ #DDLJ25 @yrf." 

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Anonymous 1 month ago

karan johar has made some good films also like my name is khan and launched a great actress like alia bhatt,he openly admits his mistake.He is a fun person we can see that on koffee with karan and the great AIB knockout.Stop defaming bollywood

Anonymous 1 month ago

Drugs, sycophancy, nepotism is Karan johar legacy now. Cant fool people any more.

Anonymous 1 month ago

When Bollywood was liked and loved by people. I would never want my kids to become part of this anymore. Specially Kjo and gang. From USA (NJ)

Anonymous 1 month ago

Good question, Karan ke chamcha. Here's the response: Why would we watch Karan or SRK's movies to begin with? For the same reason

Anonymous 1 month ago

Why would Karan johar or srk interact with your kids to begin with?

Anonymous 1 month ago

Terrible shallow human being

Anonymous 1 month ago

Gone are the innocent days . Don’t know what happened to my country. Then people didn’t think about religious venom but today everyone and everything is vitiated. There is distrust of each other. This movie reminds me of those days when India was a lovely, prosperous , warm country . Felt immense love for when India was lauded for any new achievement . But now everyone and everything looks suspicious , hateful . The society looks divided. Even the movies are being politicised. My country what has become of you now?

Anonymous 1 month ago

Back when kJo was a funny chubby kid and then years later this kid turned into a big monster always causing ruckus in Bollywood

Anonymous 2 months ago

love this movie!

Anonymous 2 months ago

Beautiful movie, beautiful memories. The movies and music of the 90s were definitely the best. I wish we could go back in time back to the 90s again. I was at university when this movie was released.

Anonymous 2 months ago

I have fond memories of this beautiful movie. It was one of the best movies Bollywood has ever made.