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As Karan Johar’s kids Yash ‘pout-shames’ him, Kareena Kapoor responds, “Well done, beta”


Karan Johar has uploaded a video of his five-year-old son Yash Johar expressing his displeasure with his father’s renowned posture.

Karan Johar’s twins, Yash and Roohi, are constantly open about their feelings toward their renowned father. The director has now published a video in which Yash is heard discussing a characteristic of his ‘dadda’ that he dislikes. He even imitates him to demonstrate what he dislikes.

Yash is seen in the video saying to Karan, “I don’t like daddy performing this type of position,” and then pouting like the director, causing him to break out laughing. Karan captioned the video on Instagram, “I have been pout shamed!!!!!”

Karan’s industry buddies and admirers quickly reacted with laughter in the comments section. “Love you Yash only you can tell him…. well-done beta,” Kareena Kapoor remarked on the video, complete with love and laughing emojis. In response to the video, Ayushmann Khurrana, Shweta Bachchan, Aditi Rao Hydari, and Sophie Choudry all used laughing emojis.

I’m yelling! You were summoned by Yash. Not the typical Karan pout! Sometimes it’s your children.” “Hahaha guy has Brains,” remarked another. Another person said, “Your children keep you in check….haha adore them.”

Karan had tweeted a couple of photos of himself posing at a photo session only an hour before releasing Yash’s video. He stood for the camera wearing a golden jacket and a black shirt. “Go for GOLD!” he captioned the post. Silver is a mere consolation, and Bronze is out of the question! And I’m not even talking about competitiveness! “I’m talking about self-satisfaction.”

Karan recently attended an awards ceremony in Mumbai, where he sang The Punjaabban Song from the film with the JugJugg Jeeyo team. Karan is the film’s producer, and it stars Varun Dhawan, Kiara Advani, Neetu Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, and others.

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