Karan Johar, who became a father via surrogacy, says he doesn’t want them to grow up on film sets

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Karan Johar

Mumbai– Filmmaker Karan Johar, who became a father via surrogacy to twins named Roohi and Yash, says he doesn’t want them to grow up on film sets.

“I am not a big fan of taking my children to a place of work…They should enjoy. I don’t want them to grow up on a film set. I don’t want them to grow up with that ayou have to be a part of a film industry only,” Karan told reporters in a group interview on Friday.

The filmmaker, 45, says he wants them to make their own decisions when they grow up.

“Let them make their own decisions in life. I will not force an atmosphere on them,” he added.

Karan Johar (Photo: INE News)

Karan, who will soon be seen in Star Plus’s show “India’s Next Superstars” along with director Rohit Shetty, says his life has not changed much after becoming a parent.

“The schedule of life has changed. The mornings start from two beautiful faces and ends with two beautiful faces. How am I balancing it (work and personal life) I have always done six things at one time. So for me I am doing seven things at one time now. It’s no different,” he said.

But parenthood is a huge responsibility, he says.

“Being a parent is a huge responsibility and I am so happy that im co-parenting with my mother. It’s a blessing that she’s at home with the babies everyday. It’s a beautiful feeling,” he added.

He welcomed his twins in March 2017. The daughter Roohi is a rearrangement of his mother’s name Hiroo and the son has been christened Yash on Karan’s late father’s name. (IANS)

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