New Delhi: It is an undisputed fact that Karan Johar is one of the finest directors Bollywood has ever produced.
In his two-decades-long successful career, the director has created some of the most captivating storylines that almost never failed in impressing the audience.
With his larger-than-life movies featuring graceful women, charming men, and visually attractive sets, Karan has introduced a new face of glamour in the Bollywood industry.
Besides writing various enthralling plots and compelling storylines, The Director is well known for producing some of the most iconic and indelible characters of Hindi cinema that were loved and adored by the public years after their appearance in the movie.
With the legendary Director celebrating his 51st birthday, let’s have a glimpse at the most evergreen characters from his iconic movies.
1.Yash Raichand (Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gam)
Played perfectly by Amitabh Bachchan, this one character schooled everyone about family morals and values. Yash Raichand from Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham reminded the audience of a typical Indian Father figure that is intimating as well as hard to convince.
2. Shanaya (Student of the Year)
With her interesting fashion choices, bubbly personality, and “Main Apni Favorite Hu” attitude, Shanaya played by Alia Bhatt became the spirit animal of all young ladies out there.
3. Rahul and Anjali (Kuch Kuch hota hai)
Undoubtedly, one of the most loved pairs on the Indian Big screen that still represents the pinnacle of romance for most couples, left the audience enchanted with their undeniable chemistry.
4.Parzan Dastur (Kuch Kuch hota hai)
Those two evergreen lines “Tussi jaa ree ho, Tussi na jao” uttered by a cute Sardar boy managed to create an everlasting impact on people’s hearts.
5. Rizwan Khan (My Name is Khan)
One of the most unique characters ever played by Shah Rukh Khan, Rizwan Khan took his audience on an emotional rollercoaster with his inspiring journey full of ups and downs. It also served as a progressive example of the positive representation of people with disability in Bollywood.