Karan Johar has always been vocal about his thoughts and opinions no matter how controversial they may be. The filmmaker, who became a father to twins Yash and Roohi last year, regularly posts cute pictures of his babies on social media and even talks about how life has changed for the better after their arrival. In fact, the twins often go on play dates with Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan’s son Taimur, Tusshar Kapoor’s son Laksshya, and Rani Mukerji and Aditya Chopra’s daughter Adira. Recently, when someone asked KJo about relationships and how people should be addressed, he had a rather interesting answer to it and even gave the example of his own kids. The talented filmmaker said that just because two kids played together, they shouldn’t be expected to call each other brother or sister. Similarly, when one comes across elederly people, it should not be automatically assumed that they should be called uncle or aunty.
He went on to add that whenever they get visitors home, for instance, Taimur, his nurses tell Roohi to call him ‘brother’. KJo said that this bothered him because he thinks labels should not be given to people while addressing them. He said that if 20 years down the line, Taimur wanted to be with Roohi, who was he to stop them. He added that anything could happen after two decades so people should not block those routes today.
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