Karan Johar becomes proud daddy of twins. He has named them Yash and Roohi
Karan Johar becomes daddy of twins, yes it’s true. We all know how humble director Karan Johar is. He has always expressed his desire of having children and finally his utmost desire has come true. Well, don’t get confused. The twins were born through surrogacy last month. According to Mumbai civic officials births were registered on Friday. In his book, Karan Johar had expressed a desire to adopt a child or have a surrogate child. We are really happy for him. And we hope he get all the happiness. Karan is now a daddy of a baby boy and a baby girl. He has named them Yash and Roohi. According to latest buzz, the director-producer was not in the city, but civic officials said the births were registered with its public health department on Friday.
Congratulations @karanjohar so happy for you. May Yash and Roohi always have a beautiful healthy life. Much love always❤️
— PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) March 5, 2017
Bollywood is pouring wishes on them, take look!
Karan Johar’s twins were born in the same hospital where SRK’s love Abram was born
BMC executive health officer Dr Padmaja Keskar was quoted saying, “The birth registrations were done on Friday.” Apart from this, twins were born at Masrani Hospital in Andheri (West) on February 7. Well, renowned director Johar has not yet informed the BMC about the names of his children. A high-ranking BMC official said the children were registered in their birth record as a “baby girl” and “baby boy”. Karan Johar’s best buddy Shah Rukh Khan’s third baby, AbRam, too, was born in the same hospital to a surrogate mother. Officials said the birth registration details listed Johar as the children’s father, but there is no mention of the mother’s name.
Finally I can say I have a younger brother AND sister!!!!!! So so so happy❤️❤️❤️ soo much love to give uff bursting with joy!!!!! https://t.co/HCMkoR5JWL
— Alia Bhatt (@aliaa08) March 5, 2017
Bollywood is setting a trend of becoming single parent
We must say Bollywood is setting a trend of becoming a single parent. Last year in June, actor Tusshar Kapoor had announced the birth of his son, Laksshya, through in-vitro fertilisation and surrogacy. However, this prompted the Centre to frame guidelines for the surrogacy segment of infertility treatment. The draft bill bans commercial surrogacy, prohibiting any payment for women taking up surrogacy. It also bans surrogacy for singles, foreigners and persons of Indian origin. Union health minister J P Nadda introduced the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill in the Lok Sabha in November 2016.