Karan Johar has been entertaining his massive fan base on social media by sharing the amazing #LockdownWithTheJohars series. The filmmaker is spending his lockdown days with mom Hiroo Johar and kids Yash and Roohi Johar and making the most of it with his videos as proof. While at home during the lockdown, KJo recently shared another interesting video featuring his twins Yash and Roohi. In a video, the little ones groove to the beats of song Aankh Marey and manage to drag their father to the dance floor.
Taking to Instagram, Karan Johar shared a video featuring his family. The video starts with twins Yash and Roohi Johar dancing to the beats of the peppy Bollywood track Aankh Marey. In the video, as Karan films his kids grooving to Aankh Marey, the filmmaker’s mom Hiroo Johar is also seen dancing to the tunes of the song sitting comfortably at one place. While KJo’s twins Roohi and Yash dance like there’s no tomorrow to the Bollywood number, the filmmaker is heard complimenting his kids for their stellar performance.
Later, towards the end of the video, as Yash and Roohi continue their dance performance, KJo’s son is spotted pulling his father’s shirt literally dragging him to the dance floor. As the little one’s drag their father in the funniest way possible, Karan Johar screaming for the life of his tee is epic. Sharing the epic video, KJo wrote, “We started the morning with a dance performance! Watch me being dragged to the dance floor! #lockdownwiththejohars #aankhmarey.” The filmmaker shared in his post how the morning at his house started with a dance performance from Yash and Roohi.
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Image source: Instagram/ Karan Johar
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