Karan Johar has shared a video of his children Yash and Roohi Johar singing the song Hum Honge Kaamyaab on Independence Day. He also added a long note.

Filmmaker Karan Johar told how his twins Yash and Roohi celebrate Independence Day. He treated fans to a glimpse of his children singing the popular song Hum Honge Kaamyaab (We’ll Come Over) at their home. The proud father called them ‘the future of India’. (Read also: Karan Johar says we are the future of Brahmastra. unable to predict)

The video shows 5-year-old Yash and Roohi wearing green and saffron kurtas respectively. He held up the tricolor as they sang loudly on the terrace of their home. Karan shared the video, writing: “The future of India is in very stable hands – nobody likes the current generation to fully appreciate, maintain and execute the freedom.”

He continued: “No one is like the present generation to lead the past generations to an India that shines brighter and rises higher than ever. After 75 years of independence, people know that this is the new India and THEY are the new India…and you must believe that with them lies the ultimate power to unite the nation!”

“To my Yash and Roohi, may you prosper in this new India and may you take this country to new heights with all that you do and stand for. Hum honge kaamyaab,” he added. respond to that, Shweta Bachchan wrote in the comments: “Cuteness.” Celebrities like Shamita Shetty, B Praak, Sophie Choudry and Namrata Shirodkar poured love on the little ones.

Karan became a single father in 2017 when he welcomed the twins through surrogacy. Since then, he keeps sharing glimpses of his kids on social media. Earlier in the day he shared a warm birthday wish for filmmaker Ayan Mukerjic and said he feels protective of the Brahmastra creator the same way he feels for Yash and Roohi. Meanwhile, Karan is currently working on his upcoming directorial Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani, starring Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt.

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