Karan Johar, who has produced many super hit films in the Bollywood industry, has revealed that he wept after the abolition of Article 377 in India. Karan said this at a media house conclave 2019. Asked about his reaction to the abolition of the law that criminalizes homosexual relations as a criminal offense, Karan said, "I just woke up and I cried a lot." I cried for this community of mine. I cried for the fact that we were free. It was a historic decision. I am very glad that it has finally been legally accepted. That you can love people who are like you.
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In his statement, he further said, 'It was a special day of September 6 as it is the birthday of my father Yash Chopra. I felt a sense of freedom for myself and the community. 'Karan also talked about how it would eventually be accepted and added to Indian society,' The next step is gay marriage is allowed in our country. That is the next step, I wish as an Indian, on a human level, on a humanitarian level. I hope that happens soon. '
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