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KJO’s Volte Face: Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa, Kabhi Koffee, Kabhi…

| Updated : May 5, 2022, 12:59 pm
Updated : May 5, 2022, 12:59 pm

 

MUMBAI: Noted Bollywood producer Karan Johar on Wednesday announced that the seventh season of his popular celebrity chat show ‘Koffee With Karan’ will be telecast on the streaming platform Disney+Hotstar, not on TV. The date hasn’t been announced yet.

Taking to Twitter, Johar said, “Koffee with Karan will not be returning on TV! Because every great story needs a good twist. I’m delighted to announce that Season 7 of Koffee With Karan will stream exclusively on Disney+ Hotstar!”

Earlier in the day, Johar had shocked everyone by saying that after six seasons, the show will not be returning. As it turns out, there is a twist in the tale. The show will not be returning on TV but will be telecast on a streaming platform.


The 49-year-old promised conversations with India’s biggest movie stars in the upcoming season. “The biggest movie stars from across India will return to the couch to spill the beans while drinking some koffee. There will be games, there will be rumours put to rest and there will be conversations that go deep, about love, loss and everything we’ve all been through over the last few years,” he said.

 

 

During the first six seasons, a galaxy of stars such as Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Madhuri Dixit, Ranbir Kapoor, Kajol, Akshay Kumar and Kareena Kapoor – to name a few – have appeared on the show.

The usually uptight stars let their guard down on the show and come clean candidly on a range of personal and professional issues. The show has also stirred a host of controversies over the years. In one of the episodes, Deepika Padukone and Sonam Kapoor went hammer and tongs at Ranbir Kapoor during the ‘Rapid Fire’ round. Deepika, who once dated Ranbir, accused him of being unfaithful in the relationship.

The show was the first telecast in 2004 and became a roaring success.


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