IN PICTURES | Karan Johar Unveils His Wax Statue, Becomes The First Indian Filmmaker To Make His Mark At Madame Tussauds

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Karan Johar becomes the first Indian film-maker to have his own wax statue at Madame Tussauds, Singapore. Check out the post -

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:

Karan Johar who missed the 'Kalank' trailer launch on Wednesday, is currently in Singapore. The director unveiled his wax statue at Madame Tussauds with mother Hiroo Johar, becoming the India's first film-maker to have a wax statue.

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Karan Johar's epic pose — clicking selfies was the USP of the statue. Wearing white blazer and a crown necklace, Karan sure gave a tough competition to his doppleganger wax statue.

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According to the reports, Karan will also launch an 'ultimate film star' experience, a 2,500 square meters new zone celebrating Indian cinema. It will utilise interactive technology like AR, Kinect, Hologram and physical special effects giving visitors the chance to dance and act their way into the hall of fame alongside noted Indian celebrities.

Madame Tussauds' official account captioned the video as: Lights, camera, action! Something big is coming soon at Madame Tussauds Singapore!" and Karan Johar is seen saying, "Dance, act and record at the Ultimate Star Experience."

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On the work front, Karan Johar will be directing 'Takht'. Set in the Mughal era and chronicles the story of two warring brothers. Besides Anil Kapoor, the film also features Kareena Kapoor Khan, Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Bhumi Pednekar, Janhvi Kapoor, and it will reportedly go on floors later this year.



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