Sidharth Malhotra reimagines Gangs of Wasseypur starring Karan Johar in a 'Gucci shawl' and it's our favourite Koffee With Karan moment

    Sidharth Malhotra got down to trolling his mentor Karan Johar on the recent episode of Koffee With Karan 7. The actor painted a hilarious picture of the filmmaker in Gangs of Wasseypur.


    Koffee With Karan host Karan Johar ’s leg pulling by his celebrity guests is a rare delight that fans get to witness and Vicky Kaushal and Sidharth Malhotra sure didn’t miss the opportunity in the latest episode. It was during Sidharth’s rapid fire round that the actor mentioned how Vicky assisted Anurag Kashyap on a film. Karan mistook the project to be Bombay Velvet, in which he starred, and the trolling began.

    Vicky corrected Karan saying he assisted Anurag on Gangs of Wasseypur and he wouldn’t have starred in the project. Karan himself joked about starring in Gangs of Wasseypur and said, “I wouldn’t have reached that location.”

    Sidharth Malhotra took things a notch higher and went on to paint a hilarious picture of Karan in Gangs of Wasseypur saying, “Gucci ki shawl mein, thand mein aiese bethe hain wahan pe bahar, bedhi pe rahe hain.” Vicky laughed out loud imagining Karan in the film and added, “Prada ki chappalein, Gucci ki shawl.”

    Karan, on the other hand, reacted to the scene painted by Vicky and Sidharth and said, “You are really objectifying me.” The trio then moved on with rapid fire but this certainly made for one hilarious moment during the episode.

    In another instance, Sidharth had also described how during the making of his debut film Student of the Year, Karan tried to insert a scene to explain his middle class character’s expensive wardrobe. He revealed that Karan wanted to shoot a scene where the character is seen selling of his hard earned gold medals from school to buy a Gucci, Prada wardrobe.

    It was the designer on set who broke the news to Karan that gold medals given out to students in school aren’t actual gold.

    The duo also discussed at length how Student of the Year was a flawed ‘no brainer’ that was way off the original material.