Ajay Devgn makes fun of Ranbir Kapoor on ‘Koffee with Karan’

Year 2011 has transformed Ajay Devgn from a reticent, no-nonsense star to a chilled-out humorous guy. It seems Ajay all of a sudden loves his newfound witty side. After taking pot-shots at Kareena and Saif, Ajay made fun of Bollywood’s blue-eyed boy Ranbir Kapoor and his good old friend Salman Khan in Karan Johar’s ‘Koffee with Karan’.
Confirming the reports to a daily, a source from the channel said, “Normally known to be reserved, Ajay appeared to have cast aside all his inhibitions on this show. Initially Devgn said that he didn`t want to come on Koffee because he was scared that Karan Johar would ask him controversial questions. But, Ajay said quite a lot as he got into the flow of the conversation.”
“It`s become quite fashionable to pull down Ranbir Kapoor on KWK these days. Deepika Padukone and Sonam Kapoor did it earlier and now even Ajay did not spare Ranbir. In the rapid-fire section, Karan asked Ajay what he was most likely to find in Ranbir Kapoor`s bedroom. Ajay said with a straight face, ‘I don`t know what I will find, who I will find and how many I will find!’ referring to Ranbir`s so-called many girlfriends. Even Karan was stunned with Ajay`s frankness and for a second didn`t know where to look,” said the source.
Apparently, Ajay even joked about his old friend Salman Khan. The source continued, “When KJo asked Ajay what he expected to find in Salman`s bedroom, Ajay replied blandly, "I am likely to find `dumb-bells` in Salman`s bedroom.` Though Karan burst out laughing at that, he was in splits when Ajay was asked what would be the best title for Salman`s biography. Ajay replied promptly, "Trying to be human!”
Surprisingly, Karan was quite taken aback by Ajay`s new avatar as the source added, “Karan has known Ajay only as his close friend Kajol`s husband. On the show KJo was pleasantly surprised to find this new witty side to AJ (as Kajol calls Devgn). Ajay said at the end of the show that he hoped no one`s feelings got hurt because it was meant to be taken lightly and in good humour.”