Saif Ali Khan, who will be co-hosting this year's IIFA awards with filmmaker Karan Johar, believes that the film industry is incomplete without the latter.
The 46-year-old actor, who was present at IIFA 2017 conference yesterday, shared, "Film industry is incomplete without Karan Johar."
When quizzed about why the Phantom star feels such, the actor noted, KJo is the Baahubali of Bollywood.
Adding, "He is one of those arteries in the blood flow of the film industry."
Meanwhile, Johar also shared his journey as a host and said, "I realised I started hosting shows from 2000, which was a Filmfare award. It's been 17 years! I am glad that every year I have managed to get the job! The experience is always good, as I enjoy whenever I am on stage."
Actor Varun Dhawan, who was also present at the event, revealed that he is going to give a tribute to his father David Dhawan by dancing on the numbers of his movies.
The Badrinath Ki Dulhania star noted, "I am giving a tribute to my father. The tribute is gonna start with songs of my father's earlier movies like Hero No. 1, Coolie No. 1 and many other.
Then it will come down to recent movies like Main Tera Hero. I will be dancing to songs from my father's film right from Swarg to Main Tera Hero to songs from Judwaa 2."
He will also be launching the new versions Oonchi Hai building and Tan Tana Tan at the awards ceremony.
IIFA will be taking place at the MetLife Stadium, New York on July 14 and 15.