Karan Johar shares first video with twins Yash, Roohi in months, talks about his book 'The Big Thoughts of Little Luv'

On Friday, filmmaker-producer Karan Johar took to his verified Instagram handle to share a video talking about the release of his first book 'The Big Thoughts of Little Luv'.

The video, which has already garnered lakhs of views in just hours of sharing, features Karan and his twins -- daughter Roohi and son Yash too. In the video, the children can be seen sitting on Karan's lap, joining their dad in promoting his new book.

The two adorable little munchkins can be seen enjoying their time with daddy dearest as Karan talks about the launch of The Big Thoughts of Little Luv' and what can one expect from it.

As soon as Karan shows the book to the cameras, Roohi bursts into laughter. To this, when the filmmaker asks her what the matter was, she tells him the book is 'funny'. Yash too agrees with her, while giving 'a whole lot of performance', in Karan's words.

This is the first time since June that Karan has posted a full-fledged video with his children. Earlier, on September 1, he had taken to his Instagram handle to share a short clip featuring his children, wherein he also revealed that he is turning an author with his first children's book.

KJo's caption read as "Am excited to share something special with all of you....my first picture book for kids ... #thebigthoughtsoflittleLUV! Coming soon!!!! Thank you @twinklerkhanna for putting me in touch with the wonderful @chikisarkar! The picture book will be published by @juggernaut.in".

During the lockdown, Karan shared adorable videos of his babies in which they raided his walk-in closet, gave him savage replies and more.

The 'My Name Is Khan' director called the series as 'Lockdown with the Johars'. He also made his kids say his trademark signing off message 'toodles' and they did it cutely.

Earlier, talking about fatherhood, Karan had said, "My life has changed since Roohi and Yash arrived. At 44, this is my biggest blockbuster. I still haven’t realised the enormity of what’s happened. They’re only two months old. And all they do is eat, sleep, burp, wail and poop. Kabhi khushi, kabhie gham! While I stare at them in wonder. But I can’t get over the fact that they are mine."

He added, "It’s like a powerful switch has suddenly come on in my life, filling the emptiness in my personal space with new energy. I get teary-eyed just looking at them. It’s surreal to think of them as my daughter and son. It’s daunting even, but in a gorgeous way, when I wake up suddenly at night to remember that I have life breathing in the next room that I’m totally accountable for. My universe was Dad, Mom, and films. But now there are Roohi and Yash. My two new friends."

Source : DNA India