Quarantine period due to Coronavirus is allowing many individuals to spend quality time with their families. This also includes our famous Bollywood celebs; glimpse of it is given by them on their social networking accounts. While little Taimur Ali Khan tried his hands at gardening with daddy Saif Ali Khan, filmmaker Karan Johar’s kids Yash and Roohi are budding artist. Known to drop several cute videos of his kids enjoying their me time, this quarantine period KJo follows to do the same.
In the video shared by Karan, has Yash and Roohi busy in coloring pictures. Like all normal kids of their age, colours are all over the picture. While Roohi is colouring a lamp shade, Yash has just doodled over the entire picture of a bike, with all the possible crayons available on his crayon box. Meanwhile, cracking a conversation with his kids, when he asks his daughter Roohi which colour is she using to colour the lamp, she replies saying its pink.
To which the darling father rectifying her, makes her understand the difference between red and pink. But you know kids are kids, they didn’t bother much.
Whereas like always when KJo asked his son to say something to the camera, his simply had a Meh! expression for the camera. ALSO READ: Coronavirus Lockdown: Smriti Irani Initiates #TwitterAntakshari To Kill Boredom; Rejects Karan Johar’s ‘Lag Ja Gale’, Guess Why?
He captioned this video as, “Two future modern artists at work! Isolation is really tapping into their inner artistry! We are now planning to sing a song in our collective tone deaf voices! We are such a talented family!” ALSO READ: Coronavirus Effect: Karan Johar's Magnum Opus Takht And Dostana 2 To Be Shelved?
Last evening we saw the entire Johar family up in their balcony clapping at 5pm as per announcement of PM Narendra Modi for all the doctors and rest of the professionals involved us in fighting against COVID-19.
Image Source: Instagram/karanjohar
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