New Delhi: Director-producer Karan Johar says the stories that happen behind the scenes are far more interesting than movies and he would love to narrate them some day in a book.
"I feel telling a story about making movies will be interesting, not the journey, but what happens behind the scenes because the biggest part of making films is handling people and ego management...
"I feel what happens behind the scenes would be a far more interesting read than what really happens on the sets. An insider telling the other side of the films will be really interesting," Johar said here on the sidelines of the book launch of UTV group founder Ronnie Screwvala.
The 42-year-old "Student Of The Year" filmmaker, however, joked that he was too young to write something now. "I would love to write one but I am still very young to write something like that and I would like it to come out when I am long gone," he said.