Karan Johar: I cried when homosexuality was decriminalised in India

Karan Johar opens up on decriminalisation of Section 377 says he cried when homosexuality was decriminalised in India.
Karan Johar: I cried when homosexuality was decriminalised in India

Filmmaker Karan Johar has revealed that he cried on the day homosexuality was decriminalised in India when parts of Section 377 were scrapped. Karan Johar opened up about the abolition of Article 377 and said that the next step should be same-sex marriages are allowed in the country.
 
"I cried for the fact that there was finally freedom...That particular day, 6th of September, was ironically my father's birthday," he said. "The next step is gay marriages are allowed in our country," Karan further said.
 
"There was one love and equal love for our great country to have supported this. It was a historical judgement. I’m so glad that it is finally accepted legally, that you can love who you desire to without any legal pressures on them,” he added.
 
Karan also spoke about being accused of throwing a drug party for his industry friends. It all happened when Karan uploaded a video on Instagram where several people speculated on the Drug Party over some images behind Vicky Kaushal and Deepika-Alia.
 
He said he was “angered” over the baseless allegations and in future, he will make sure to deal “strictly” with such accusations.



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