Karan Johar wrote a note on mother Hiroo Johar’s birthday
Karan Johar has written a note on the occasion of his mother Hiroo Johar’s 80th birthday. She shared some new and old pictures with her mother on Instagram and wrote how she is his fashion police and also the one who has played an important role in raising her twins Roohi and Yash Johar. She shared several pictures, some from her recent cake-cutting ceremony to her childhood pictures with her and late filmmaker father Yash Johar. Read also: Karan Johar reveals Rocky and Rani’s love story is inspired by the real story told by Yash Chopra as he wraps up shooting
Sharing the pictures, Karan wrote, “My brave and patient mother turns 80 today… she taught me how to love… how to stand up for what I believe in.. .. Never apologizing or justifying myself if I am right… Never pretending to be someone I am.” I wasn’t….she is as much my conscience as she is my fashion police…. Also the only person I’m still scared of… I love you to the mother planets and back too… I would never have been able to raise Ruhi and Yash without you…”
From Malaika Arora, Ananya Panday, Tanisha Mukherjee to Tusshar Kapoor everyone wished Hiroo Aunty on her birthday. Shilpa Shetty wrote, “Happy birthday dear aunty, wishing her more love and good health.” Shamita Shetty wrote, “Wishing Aunty a beautiful birthday @karanjohar and great health and peace always.” A fan also commented on her post, “So cool. Every child should write such a note to a mother. So hearty happy Birthday to your mom.”
Karan is the only son of late Yash Johar and Hiroo Johar. The filmmaker welcomed his twins via surrogacy in 2017 and since then, he has been co-parenting them with his mother. He changed his mother’s name to his daughter’s name Roohi. His son has been named after his late father Yash Johar.
Karan is currently working on his film Rocky and Rani’s love story. He was shooting for the last leg of the film in Kashmir. It stars Alia Bhatt, Ranveer Singh, Jaya Bachchan, Shabana Azmi and Dharmendra and is slated to hit the theaters on July 28.