Actor, singer Ayushmann Khurrana turned to Karan Johar on advice on how to keep extra-marital affairs, and the filmmaker was quick to give suggestions. This happened as part of the second season of ISHQ 104.8 FM’s popular show “Calling Karan”.
Ayushmann, worried about how women approach him for an extramarital affair, he asked Karan that how should he say no to women who call him for extramarital affairs? Politely turning them down that Karan knows he is a married man... How should he do this?” Karan Johar had a quick solution to Ayushmann’s problem, read a statement.
“For the girls in the world to know that there are men like you too that actually want to give an alarm sound to those who are hitting on you, do so by saying that ‘Listen I am married’. Well, it’s very simple, it’s the oldest trick in the world, Ayushmann.
“Just laugh at something she says. Like ‘Oh God, you are so funny! My wife would love you’. Or something similar, like ‘Oh! You look so pretty, where did you get it? I want to gift something like this to my wife’. There are a hundred ways of telling her that you have a wife.”
After telling Ayushmann Khurrana how to keep extramarital affairs at bay, Karan turns his helping hand to the recent caller Ranbir Kapoor. Ranbir Kapoor, who broke all the existing records with his last released flick Sanju, called Karan to seek some love advice, most probably to impress her rumored girlfriend and Brahmastra co-star Alia Bhatt. In a special segment called, Celeb Surprise, Karan talked to Ranbir about his relationship issues. The actor started the call talking about all the mistakes he has made in his relationship and asks, “Agar ek relationship me aap Ek galti Karte ho, aur fir dubara woh galti Karte ho. So, what is the right way to sort out that mistake?”