- Yash Johar passed away in 2004
- “I hope and pray that these values are carried on as his legacy,” wrote Keijo.
- “It is his indelible nature and kindness that has inspired many,” he said.
Karan Johar shared a slew of memories on his Instagram profile, in which he remembered his late father and filmmaker Yash Johar. The filmmaker wrote for his late father: “It’s been many years but even today it seems like yesterday Papa was by my side, guiding me with my every decision. Today with Dharma, Yash Johar Foundation is also a reality now and continues to this day. The society we live in is making a difference and I can’t help but think he is still here… in many ways. It’s his The indelible nature and kindness is what inspired many people and especially me.” He signed the post with these words: “I hope and pray that these values continue as his legacy and Give it to my children too. Every day miss you, your energy, your love and your affection.”
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After Yash Johar’s death in 2004, Karan Johar took over Dharma Productions. KJo lost his father to cancer. NS something happens The director often recounts his lovely memories with his father by sharing throwback pictures on social media.
Karan Johar’s father Yash Johar was a famous film producer who worked with all the big stars of his time. He produced films like Friendly (1980), the path of fire (1990), duplicate(nineteen ninety eight), something happens(nineteen ninety eight), sometimes happy some times sad (2001) and Tomorrow may not be there (2003) among many others.
Dharma Productions is known for its ensemble films, which went on to achieve cult classic status, such as Agneepath, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, Kal Ho Naa Ho, My Name is Khan, Student of the Year, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, among others. Under Dharma Productions, Karan Johar made his directorial debut with something happens in 1998. He also launched many celebrity kids like Alia Bhatt, Ananya Panday, Varun Dhawan through Dharma films.