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Karan Johar to judge Miss World 2007

IndiaFM News Bureau

Posted: Sep 13, 2006 at 1653 hrs IST

Karan Johar is the first Indian filmmaker who is chosen to be on judge’s panel of the Miss World 2007. Karan considers this as globalisation of Bollywood.

Though he has judged a couple of beauty pageants back home, this is the first time that he’ll be judging a global pageant. The director will be in at Warsaw in Poland on September 30 judging the 56th Miss World contest.

Talking about Bollywood’s global awareness, this year Karan Johar’s Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna was screened at the Toronto Film Fesival.

Along with Karan Johar, actors Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan were also present at the fest. The trio had an interesting interaction session with the audiences at the film festival, regarding Bollywood films.

Apart from them, John Abraham and Bispasha Basu were also present as Kabir Khan’s Kabul Express, staring John and Arshad Warsi will also be screened at the Toronto Film festival. Also, actress Tabu was present there along with Mira Nair for the premiere of their latest film The Namesake.


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