Karan Johar On His Sex Life & Blowjobs

One of the most successful and most popular celebs in B-Town, Karan Johar has recently revealed that he lost his virginity at 26, post Kuch Kuch Hota Hai fame.  In his latest article for NDTV, the 44-year-old filmmaker spoke about his insecurity and inferiority complex, which were later overpowered by fame.

Talking in this regard, KJo revealed, “By the time I lost my virginity, I was 26 and that was after Kuch Kuch Hota Hai when I felt mildly famous.” Hence, Karan declared, “I’m not chasing s** (anymore). If someone wants to chase me, they can certainly go for it. I can’t do it.”  The Dharma Production head, in this regard, even said that he was once “invited to an orgy,” which he declined.

Image Credit: India Live Today
Image Credit: India Live Today

Karan Johar wrote about … well, sex and all that he has been through. Karan shares that he wasn’t always the confident, humourous and sarcastic individual that he is. In fact, as a young teenager he was ignorant about sex. He believed his friends when they fooled him saying, “a blow job is when you take off all your clothes and lie on the bed with the fan on full.”

“I can’t imagine anything more awful. I really am clumsy! I wouldn’t know what to do, where to look. I can barely handle one person, where could I hope to manage two or more?!” he explained.

Karan continued he still believes in the intimacy, the quiet moments, the beauty of a kiss, “but the sharing will always be more exciting to me than the act itself. No chains or handcuffs or toys for me thank you very much, I don’t get the fuss – maybe I’m alone but I don’t get it.”

Karan’s revelations are relatable, at least for the young, naive teenagers who are constantly facing pressure from their peers. Talking about losing his virginity, Karan wrote, “By the time I lost my virginity, I was 26 and that was after Kuch Kuch Hota Hai when I felt mildly famous. And so fame took the place of some of the shame. But again, since I didn’t grow up in a sexually informed, involved or enlightened atmosphere, by the time 26 rolled around, there were all kinds of silly notions that had crept in my head like having the lights off. Which is probably why the first time I had sex, all I could say was “thank you”! I felt gratitude not sexiness – thank you for ticking one very belatedly off the bucket list.”

Read his full interview, here.

Sources: Twitter, NDTV


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