Karan Johar becomes first Indian filmmaker to get wax statue at Madame Tussauds, Singapore

Karan Johar's mother Hiroo was also in attendance at the unveiling of the wax statue

FP Staff April 04, 2019 09:54:36 IST
Karan Johar becomes first Indian filmmaker to get wax statue at Madame Tussauds, Singapore

Karan Johar unveiled his wax statue at Madame Tussauds in Singapore on 3 April, 2019. Quite befitting to Johar's favourite pose, the wax statue depicts the filmmaker taking a selfie while pouting.

Karan shared pictures of his outfit for the occasion - an all-white ensemble by Dolce & Gabbana.

Johar's mother Hiroo Johar was also present at the occasion too.

This also makes Karan the first Indian filmmaker to have a wax statue at the Madame Tussauds museum, Singapore.

The filmmaker had teased the information a few days back on social media when he had tweeted a photograph of himself showing his hand imprint. Karan's statue joins the likes of Mahesh Babu, Johnny Depp, Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, Jackie Chan among others.

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