Last Updated: July 17, 2022, 21:21 IST

Karan Johar's children Yash and Roohi have aww-dorable reaction as their father sings Kesariya song

Karan Johar’s kids Yash and Roohi have aww-dorable response as their father sings Kesariya track

Brahmastra actress Alia Bhatt was additionally fast to react to Karan Johar’s video and wrote, ‘Hahahahahahha’.

On Sunday night, KJo took to his official Instagram account and dropped a video wherein he was seen spending some high quality time together with his kids – Yash and Roohi. The video started with Karan singing the Kesariya track when the children stopped him and requested him to not destroy it. “You are ruining the song. It is very new,” Roohi stated as Yash additionally shouted ‘stop’ in probably the most lovely approach. When the filmmaker stated that he’ll strive singing the track for one final time, the children not solely stopped him however began to make loud noises.

Sharing the video, Karan wrote, “My attempts have met with a very objectionable response! Also don’t miss the last savage like I had to listen to… #kesariya #roohiyashjohar.”

Fans and buddies had been fast to react to the lovely video. While Maniesh Paul dropped laughing emojis within the remark part, Shweta Bachchan dropped a sequence of crimson coronary heart emoticons. Bipasha Basu wrote, ‘Adorable’, whereas Parineeti Chopra joked, ‘Hunarbaaz flashback’. Alia Bhatt additionally reacted to the video and wrote, ‘Hahahahahahsha’.

Karan Johar typically drops the cutest photos and movies together with his children on social media. In a latest interview, he shared that he doesn’t assume his children are conscious of his career. He revealed that he plans to indicate them his 1998 movie Kuch Kuch Hota Hai after they get somewhat older. “I don’t think they know I am a filmmaker. They know that I am somebody known, because when we travel and people come to click selfies or recognise you. Or they see my photograph on a poster like they always say ‘Dada we saw your big face on the road.’ I was like they’ve seen a banner so they know I am a little more different than the other parents perhaps. But they’re not quite sure what I do. They haven’t seen anything (his films). I am planning to show them Kuch Kuch Hota Hai when they are about six or seven. Right now they’re five, so maybe in a year or two I will show them,” he advised Pinkvilla.

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