Karan Johar Pens An Emotional Letter For Twins Yash-Roohi, Says ‘I Owe You My Life’

Karan Johar Pens An Emotional Letter For Twins Yash-Roohi, Says ‘I Owe You My Life’

Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar as we all know is blessed with twins Yash and Roohi, via surrogacy. It’s been six months since Karan became a proud father, but the filmmaker just can’t get enough of the same. Karan Johar takes every opportunity to express his overwhelming feeling and the newest daddy once again expresses his heart out about his two bundles of joy.

Karan Johar has penned down an emotional letter in which he just can’t stop gushing about his munchkins. In the letter, he also speaks about the dream he started to weave after the birth of his kids.

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Well, Karan has penned a heartfelt letter for his twins in Vogue, Read below:

He wrote, “I started going to the gym and got myself a nutritionist. All to get healthier, so I’m around. I’m aware that the one thing I can give you, that I owe you, is my life.”

The Ae Dil Hai Mushkil director further added about receiving guidelines about parenting, “I am learning to rely more on my instincts and I’m learning to accept the fears, apprehensions, and insecurities that come with being a dad. I’ve already started imagining things like your first day at school, your first words and even your first acknowledgment of me. To tell you the truth, every single day I whisper ‘papa, papa, papa’ into your ears because I’m petrified that your first words will be in Malayalam (all our four nurses are from Kerala)!”

The director also talks about his second dream, and how it has nothing to do with his legacy and that he wants to give freedom to his kids in whatever they want to. Karan Johar adds, “I don’t want you to do what is expected just because I have a company and have built a legacy. I wish that I bring you up to become people who are fiercely independent in your choices, opinions and your individual lives. The legacy, if any, I want to pass on is the independence that I was given.”


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