Mumbai, Sep 15 (IANS) As a celebrity, giving interviews is an everyday thing for filmmaker Karan Johar, who is set to judge the new season of "India's Got Talent". But he believes it needs a special talent to be able to give interviews on the same subject repeatedly.
"You need to be talented to give interviews and take interviews. In fact, if you can give interviews perfectly, then I think it's an art form of it's own," the 40-year-old, who has been a chat show host, said here Friday at the launch of reality show "India's Got Talent".
"Sitting in one room you are answering the same questions, so it's a big talent which very few people in the industry have," he quipped.
Actress Kirron Kher and Malaika Arora Khan are the other two judges for the new show.
Talking about the one talent she couldn't pursue, Kirron said, "If I wanted, I could have become a dancer, I am a natural dancer. But I played badminton, (did) theatre and other things and then entered acting."
Malaika also revealed her love for the flute.
"I used to play flute in a school band. If there was one talent I wish I had pursued and I wish I had continued would be playing the flute. I do it today also, but only at home," Malaika said.
"India's Got Talent" goes on air Sep 22 on Colors.