Karan Johar Responds Firmly to Online Trolling, Stresses Respect for Women

Bollywood director Karan Johar recently found himself at the receiving end of online criticism, with netizens targeting him for disrespectful comments about women on social media. The comments, which implied that Johar should bring his wife home for "time pass," prompted a strong response from the filmmaker.

In a lengthy post on his Instagram story, Karan Johar addressed the trolls, expressing his commitment to living life on his terms and rejecting any attempts to dictate his personal choices. The director, known for his candidness, took particular offense at the derogatory remarks aimed at women.

"I like to live my life my way. I don't like anyone to tell me about these things. And the most important thing: Respect women. Housewives can never be objects of time pass. They are quite independent. They can spend their time as they wish. They are not anyone's time pass! My mother feels the same way," wrote Johar.

This is not the first time Karan Johar has been subjected to online trolling, often facing sarcastic remarks related to issues like nepotism and his personal life. However, this time, the comments seemed to have struck a nerve, leading the director to respond more assertively.

The incident sheds light on the broader issue of online trolling and the challenges faced by public figures in dealing with invasive and disrespectful comments on social media. Johar's response emphasizes the importance of respecting women and rejecting stereotypes that undermine the autonomy of individuals, particularly housewives.

As the news of Karan Johar's strong stance against online trolls circulates, it remains to be seen whether this incident will spark a larger conversation about the need for civility and respect in online discourse, especially when it comes to public figures who are often under the scrutiny of the virtual world.

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