This is indeed a very happy and good news update in the Karan and Madhur’s ongoing feud from past few days, where finally after realizing his mistake, Karan apologizes and clarifies in response to Madhur’s complaint.
Finally all the fans and Bollywood film fanatics can heave a sigh of relief now as after understanding his fault by unintentionally using Madhur’s title, now globally renowned film maker Karan apologizes and clarifies in response to Madhur’s complaint.
Karan Johar has finally responded back to ace and iconic Bollywood film maker Madhur Bhandarkar’s official complaint of illegally using and misusing his officially registered title “Bollywood Wives” by changing his series title and releasing an official statement for the same.
The ongoing controversial saga between Madhur and Karan which had set the internet on fire from past few days has finally managed to cool down with a positive news where Karan changes series title in response to Madhur’s complaint.
Karan released an official statement for the same on his twitter handle where he wrote, “Our relationship goes back a long way and we have both been a part of this close-knit industry for many, many years. Through all these years, I have been an ardent admirer of your work and I have always wished the best for you. I know you have been upset with us. I humbly apologise for any grievances that have been caused to you during the course of the last few weeks. However, I would want to clarify that we have chosen this new and different title, ‘The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives” keeping in mind the non-fiction format of our reality-based franchise series. As our title was distinct, I did not foresee it upsetting you as it has and for that I duly apologise”.
His statement furthermore also read, “I want to inform you that we have been promoting our series with the hashtag “Fabulous Lives” on all social media platforms, which is the franchise title we intend to go ahead with. We assure you that the format, nature, audience and the title of our series are different and would not in any manner dent or encumber the exploitation of your work”.