Karan Johar, who became a single parent to twins through surrogacy this year in February, is all set to make your hearts melt during his appearance on Shah Rukh Khan's new television show TED Talks India: Nayi Soch.
According to a report filed by Mid-Day, the show enters its third week and the director will be seen reading out an emotional letter that he has penned down for his twins, Yash and Roohi.
Johar, in this letter, has reportedly addressed the problems that his children might face as the offsprings of a single parent.
"As you grow up, people will try to label you according to colour, looks, religion, popularity, and money. People will gossip about you, but know that no one can label you. Just because you are different, it doesn't make you wrong."
As a responsible father, he also gives them a valuable life lesson of not letting the world bother them. That it is important to live life to the fullest and not care about what others have to say.
“We live in an industry full of stress and chaos, so living a healthy life and expecting less from our peers is very important. Life is a gift and we must live it to the fullest without thinking about ‘duniya kya kahegi’. It is necessary to be practical in life but there’s no harm in dreaming big. Because life is a big dream after all”
The episode as per the report was based on 'changing relationships' and therefore, Karan dedicated the segment to his kids and also mentioned about the support his father, Yash Johar, gave him throughout his life.
Seeing Karan Johar this emotional is rare but heartwarming!
After their birth, he shared the first picture of his kids on Raksha Bandhan, when they turned six-months-old. Also, going by what his trainer, Kunal Gir told ScoopWhoop, this 45-year doting father now looks leaner because of Yash and Roohi, because he wished to be fit for his children.
A doting father indeed!