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The moment the school kids including foreign ones started singing Kajol, SRK and others stood in rapt attention on screen.Slowly as the camera panned on others, one saw the Britishers rising one after another.I’m from South America while another one from Pakistan writes, “I’m from Pakistan and I love this scene. I remember very well watching this movie in theater.” Also read | Ranbir Kapoor is tensed on Ae Dil Hai Mushkil row, says Ayan Mukherjee I always wondered what made Karan include our national anthem in K3G. When I hear it playing at cinema halls, especially the one sung by Lataji, A R Rehman and other veterans it gives me goosebumps; makes my hair stand. That’s why I included Jana Gana Mana in my film Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham.In a 2009 interview with a tabloid, Karan had this to say. Indians abroad are extremely patriotic and K3G is about such a quintessential Indian family, which is away from their country, but rooted to India.After all, he did make Fawad play a homosexual character onscreen, a first definitely in many ways.As Indians, all of us stand firmly with our country and for those who had doubts in their minds about Karan’s earlier allegedly pro-Pakistani stance, the man has already made it amply clear that he has no intention of engaging the services of cross-border talent in future. As big as India sending Pakistan packing in every World Cup.We have been self-sufficient, we have a great domestic film economy and we stand tall and we are the only ones where studios had to come begging to us. He is as patriotic as you, me or every other proud Indian.
Apart from being a firebrand leader, you were once passionate about filmmaking long before politics happened.
To seek answers to the same, I decided to delve into Karan’s speech made through a video he released recently in response to accusations being traded online about him being an anti-national.
One of the lines that caught my attention was him saying, ‘I have always believed that the best way to express patriotism is to spread love and that is all I have ever tried to do through my work.’ A little research into Karan’s work and I realised he isn’t exactly of the mark in saying so.
Karan’s next movie, Kal Ho Naa Ho which he produced and also wrote the story and screenplay for saw Indian patriotism travelling to USA.
One of the most beautiful, inspiring and patriotic dialogues that you will ever hear was spoken by Shah Rukh Khan in the film.
I just revisited the song on You Tube and it today has a total of 9,901,014 views and more than 1000 comments most of which have people saying proud to be an Indian, love my India, gave me goosebumps.