The beloved couch is back with its most loved and versatile host Karan Johar as Hotstar Specials’ Koffee with Karan returns for season 8. To spice up your life and bring you closer to your favorite stars, this time the conversations will be edgier, crazier and candid with no room to escape. Dropping new episodes every Thursday exclusively on Disney+ Hotstar, viewers will be on a whirlwind journey of getting up close and personal with celebrities. So why wait? Let’s brew Koffee with Karan season 8.
This time around gracing the couch will be some of the top talent from Indian Film Industry – Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol, Sara Ali Khan, Ananya Panday, Alia Bhatt, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Rani Mukerji, Kajol, Ajay Devgn, Rohit Shetty to name a few, leaving us wanting for more. Bigger and better, season 8 introduces some new unseen, unheard segments as the producer, director, actor and show host Karan Johar is set for unfiltered and candid conversations. From the iconic rapid fire segment to new additions like the Imposter game, Koffee wrecktangle, Kwiz & tell and Ask me Anything with Karan, this season will bring you close to your favorite stars.
On being asked about marrying at the peak of his career on the Koffee couch, Sidharth Malhotra had the sweetest answer to give!
Sidharth Malhotra said, “I came to bombay about 16 years ago, and I have lived by myself for initial years with friends. You are sharing rooms and apartments and now you have this one person, you have dated and obviously there is so much love. I feel more responsible now , I feel like I have another person I have to take care of. She motivates me to work harder. What binds both of us together, is both of us are very family oriented. Both of us have that upbringing. Even though she grew up in Mumbai, she is very disconnected. She is not so skewed to whatever is happening in the industry or behind the camera. I like that, I found that very refreshing, she could be in any profession. She handles her stardom in a way possibly in a similar way that I like it. Even today, we like spending time together, meeting families. I never had a family in Bombay, but now I do thanks to her.”