Guess Who Taimur Ali Khan Will Be Holidaying With?!

We'll eagerly await those holiday selfies!




The new parents of Bollywood are breaking several unsaid rules and shunning parenting stereotypes. But, some things just never change - like excited parents planning future holidays!

In a recent interview with a leading daily Karan Johar shared how life has changed, after the birth of his twins - "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!"

Daddy Johar and his BFF, Kareena Kapoor Khan revealed, they have plans to travel with their toddlers for holidays. "I'm also looking forward to them travelling with me when I go outstation on shoots. Bebo's son Taimur is a few months older than Roohi and Yash, and she and I have already started making plans for holidays together!"

The producer is back to work after the paternity leave, and is already planning to bring his babies to his office. Karan said,"I've decided that as soon as they are old enough, and before they start school, I'm going to bring Roohi and Yash to the office. Why not! Aren't they productions of Dharma Productions? I want everybody here to know them. I want them to be all over the place. And I'm already looking at building a crèche here. It will be like Disneyland!"

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Karan also drew an analogy between the premier of his first movie and the day he carried his babies home. He said, "The day they came home from the hospital is an experience that's going to stay etched in my memory. Like the premier of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai in 1998. It was my first film and I still remember every moment. What I wore. What I said. The day I carried Roohi and Yash home was like that. Life changing. Actually, it was a full on K3G moment! Very dramatic. With my Mom proudly standing at the door like Jaya Aunty holding a puja thali with burning diyas to welcome not her bahu – but her grandkids, all my aunts crowded behind her. I took my babies straight into the room where my father's picture is placed. Fatherhood is proving to be a breathtaking rollercoaster ride."