After giving a series of blockbuster hits like 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai', 'My Name Is Khan' and others, Bollywood's two of the most well-known stars have ended up being parted their ways. Yes! We are talking about famous B-town actress Kajol and filmmaker Karan Johar who now even hesitate and feel embarrassed talking about each other.
It is been a year almost that the two have ended their 25-year-long friendship ahead of the release of 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' and 'Shivaay' in 2016. The movies helmed by Karan Johar and Kajol's filmmaker husband Ajay Devgan respectively, clashed at the box office during Diwali last year.
While Ajay had used unacceptable words for KJo during the time, Karan has thrown Kajol out of his life and detailed the entire matter in his autobiography 'An Unsuitable Boy'.
"She can never come back to my life. I wouldn't like to give her a piece of myself to her at all because she's killed every bit of emotion I had for her for 25 years. I don't think she deserves me. I feel nothing for her anymore," Karan wrote in his autobiography.
Being asked about the chances of their joint project again Kajol has said, "Let me put it this way, I am not answering any questions on that particular point. If any of my other friends want to offer me a film I'll definitely do it." So, that's a 100% no then?"
"If you're not comfortable with the people you're working with, if you cannot speak up, or speak to the people you're working with....I think communication is a key element in working with people. You can't work alongside them if you don't talk," Kajol added.
"I think that the best thing for me to do right now, as far as this entire topic is concerned, is to stay silent. And that's exactly what I'm going to do. When and if I choose to give my opinion on this particular topic, I will make sure the world hears of it," Kajol was quoted earlier in April after release of 'An Unsuitable Boy'.
On the work front, while KJo is busy shooting his upcoming releases like 'Student of the Year 2', 'Dostana 2', 'Drive' and others, the 'Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Ghum' actress is at present working for Soundarya Rajinikanth directoriaL 'VIP 2'.
Also starring Dhanush in the lead, 'VIP 2' is a sequel to the 2014 comedy-drama 'VIP' and is scheduled to release on 27th July 2017.