Koffee With Karan 6 has seen a lot of familial makeovers. And smooth-talker Karan Johar is on a mission to unravel the talks behind closed doors of the families to the audience. After the Nawab’s family, Saif Ali Khan- Sara Ali Khan, husband and wife Kajol - Ajay Devgn, to siblings Arjun Kapoor-Janhvi Kapoor, Johar has a row of the family next in line for his red couch. And this time the lines in line will be the Kapoor’s.
On Thursday, Anil Kapoor's son Harshvardhan Kapoor shared a photo of his family that featured sisters Rhea, Sonam K Ahuja and Karan Johar, from the sets of the much-interesting chat show room. Harsh in his Instagram post wrote, "Get excited @sonamkapoor @rheakapoor @karanjohar #koffewithkaran coming soon."
In the still, Sonam, as usual, can be seen all dolled up wearing a feathery lavender off-shoulder dress and matching strappy heels. Sister Rhea, in stark difference to Sonam’s feminine look, went for a more corporate, oversized, stripe pantsuit look. While Harsh and Johar went neat in three-piece suits.
According to show-biz rumours, Sonam who married businessman Anand K Ahuja this May is expected to talk about her big fat wedding and probably also her life after marriage. While sister Rhea is expected to chip in few secrets about the Kapoor clan. "They know everything about each other and Rhea is Sonam's biggest confidante. So, there will be many secrets spilling out for sure. Also, this is the Veere Di Wedding actress' first episode on KWK post her wedding, so there will be many details from the nuptials, which nobody knows about," a source reported.
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While Sonam has previously appeared on Karan's show with her father Anil Kapoor, and colleagues Kareena Kapoor Khan and Deepika Padukone this will be the first time on the couch for the siblings.
When asked about the whole familial happenings on the show this season, Karan Johar told FirstPost in a recent interview, "It just so happened that the combinations were working so well. Also, with the younger kids, they don't know much about cinema. What do you talk to them about? So you talk to them about their journey, relationships, families. That makes much more sense."