Drama centres around the family of a rich industrialist, Yashovardhan Raichand who lives happily with his wife Nandini and two sons Rahul and Rohan. Family life is thrown into a turmoil when Rahul becomes estranged from his father who disapproves of his love for and intended marriage to Anjali. His younger brother Rohan attempts to reconcile them. (also know as Sometimes Happiness, Sometimes Sorrow or Sometimes Happy Sometimes Sad). —BFI
Karan Johar (Hindi: करण जौहर; born 25 May 1972) is an Indian film director, producer, and TV celebrity. He is the son of Hiroo Johar and the late Yash Johar. He is one of the most successful young filmmakers in Bollywood.
Karan Johar was born in Mumbai, India to Indian Bollywood film producer Yash Johar, founder of Dharma Productions and Hiroo Johar. He studied at the Greenlawns High School and attended H.R. College of Commerce and Economics, both in Mumbai. He received a Masters degree in French.
Dharma Productions, founded by his father, is Johar’s production company. As a child, he was influenced by commercial Indian cinema and he cites Raj Kapoor, Yash Chopra and Sooraj R. Barjatya as his inspirations.
Johar formally entered the film industry as an actor, portraying Raj’s (Shahrukh Khan) close friend in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995). He was also assistant director on this film and helped director Aditya Chopra in writing the screenplay for this film. In… read more