Karan Johar finally comes out of closet in his biography or does he?

His forthcoming biography – The Unsuitable Boy is set to hit newsstands soon and its an eagerly awaited title.

Karan is often been mocked for his sexual orientation and everybody is only curious to know that whether he is straight or not. Despite being questioned about his sexuality a number of times, KJo has always given it back to his haters in the most classy way possible.

According to TOI, Karan Johar has bared it all about his sexuality and other unheard and untold aspects of his life in his forthcoming biography – The Unsuitable Boy. KJo’s revelations are heartfelt and will make you respect him even more.

The excerpt that has been released has the filmmaker addressing issues of sexuality.

Karan has been very open in talking about sex. In June 2016, his regular column on NDTV — ‘Karan Affairs’ — proclaimed: “I Don’t Get Sex – And I’m No Longer Trying”.

In it, Karan answers the question that everyone seems to have in their minds concerning him: “Is he gay?”

Here’s what Karan has to say on the issue:

“Everybody knows what my sexual orientation is. I don’t need to scream it out. If I need to spell it out, I won’t only because I live in a country where I could possibly be jailed for saying this.”

“I have become like the poster boy of homosexuality in this country. But honestly, I have no problem with people saying what they want about me,” he adds, describing how he is afraid to be seen with any single men because the assumption, automatically, is that they are sleeping together.

Karan goes on to explain why he won’t spell it out in the ‘three words’ that everybody seems to be waiting to hear from him: “The reason I don’t say it out aloud is simply that I don’t want to be dealing with the FIRs. I’m very sorry. I have a job, I have a commitment to my company, to my people who work for me; there are over a hundred people that I’m answerable to. I’m not going to sit in the courts because of ridiculous, completely bigoted individuals who have no education, no intelligence.”

“For years there were rumours about Shah Rukh and me. And I was traumatised by it. I was on a show on a Hindi channel, and I was asked about Shah Rukh: ‘Yeh anokha rishta hai aap ka,’ the interviewer said. He worded it in such a way that I got really angry. I said, ‘If I asked you if you are sleeping with your brother, how will you feel?’ So he said, ‘What do you mean? How can you ask me this question?’ I said, ‘How could you ask me this question? For me, no matter what ups and downs Shah Rukh and I have been through, he is a father figure, an older brother to me. For me to look at him in that way or be subjected to those rumours was just ridiculous.”