Filmmaker Karan Johar recently revealed that he is no longer actively seeking a romantic partner. In an interview with Faye D’Souza, Johar discussed his relationship status and shared that while he is open to the idea of a relationship, he is not actively pursuing one anymore.

“I am single and haven’t been in a relationship for a very long time. I have been in one and a half relationships in my entire life. I can’t tell you how much I enjoy my single status. I don’t think I can change it now. Forget sharing a bathroom or bedroom or your space or schedule, I think the power of your day is with you. Your responsibility is to your children and your mom, that’s about it,” Johar said.

Karan Johar Perspective On Relationships

Johar explained that his perspective on relationships changed significantly after he turned 50. “I did feel the vacuum when I turned 40, but when I turned 50, I felt like I didn’t want it. I am not blocking it, but now I don’t see it happening actively. I have gone through agencies, blind date situations, and met people in the country and out of the country. Now if I find it, well and good, but I don’t feel the need for it at all.”

Previously, in a conversation with Midday, Johar had shared insights into his romantic life. “I haven’t been in very many relationships. When I came into my own, it was in my mid-30s when I realized that I could do what I wanted to do in the zone of love, it was difficult. It was not easy to find the right partner and be in an equal relationship. I have had about of one-sided love, which I made Ae Dil Hai Mushkil from. It was my sad ek tarfa pyaar, which lasted many years but taught me the power of love itself.”

Johar’s candid reflections offer a glimpse into his personal life and the experiences that have shaped his views on love and companionship.