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When Karan Johar called Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol “unconventional looking” because of their nose and complexion.
When Shah Rukh Khan dismissed “strange rumours” about himself with casual queerphobia.
When Karan didn’t think Rani Mukherjee had the “body” to play Tina in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.
When it came to sexist and misogynist comments by Khalid Mohamed, Rani’s face said it all.
Here’s Fardeen Khan contributing to the misogynistic undertones of the show, from the earlier seasons.
Bollywood and elitism — a never-ending love story.
Bollywood and elitism — the saga continues.
When Bipasha Basu responded to Amisha Patel’s comments about not doing a film like Jism, with, you know, body shaming.
When asked about Mika Singh’s sexual assault case, Rakhi Sawant’s response was problematic on so many levels.
When Preity Zinta was all for victim-blaming and slut-shaming.
This recurring question from the infamous “Rapid Fire” round, which is all sorts of messed up.
This answer by Harshvardhan Kapoor, who was 28 at the time, while Suhana was only 18. In fact, it even irked his sister Sonam.
Nothing feels more gay and homophobic at the same time, as Karan Johar’s choice of words.
Of course, no production of the Karan Johar cinematic universe can be left without using homosexuality as comic relief. This time, it was with Ranbir Kapoor and Imran Khan.
Finally, when Kajol predicted the future.
Did I miss out on any moments from the show? Let me know in the comments!