Anil Kapoor disagrees with Karan Johar’s comment “superstardom is over”

Anil Kapoor, a Bollywood actor, recently responded to a statement made by filmmaker Karan Johar. Karan just stated in an interview that his stardom is over. The aura that Shah Rukh Khan and Amitabh Bachchan are missing in the new generation of musicians, according to Karan.

Because the future is unclear, Anil Kapoor expressed his dissatisfaction with Karan’s statement. In the same interview, Karan added to his comment that no new generation actor possesses Shah Rukh Khan’s or Amitabh Bachchan’s aura. He went on to say that Shah Rukh Khan continues to be adored by his followers, which can be seen anytime he goes into a room. After SRK entered the room, he talked about his 50th birthday celebration.

Reacting to Karan’s comments, Anil Kapoor said, “I don’t believe in that. There always will be someone better, always. There will always be someone bigger than the biggest. The universe and life are such. It sounds good, like ‘this is the one’, but they said the same about Elvis, and then Michael Jackson came. Every profession…”

He added, “Of course, there will be bigger stars. He might walk into a room and create a sensation all over the world… He might be the biggest sensation in the world, on the planet. Aisa kuch nahi hai, I don’t think so. I’ve seen it in my 40-45 years, in every profession. They’ve said, ‘This is it, iske baad kuch nahi‘. What do you mean? There will be someone better, in every which way, as a talent, in stardom, popularity, as a charmer… Just enjoy, have fun, make the most of it, and make sure you do a good job.”