Filmmaker Karan Johar has been sharing videos of his twins Yash and Roohi amid coronavirus lockdown. From their adorable antics to being angry on their dad and grandmother, they definitely take our social media feeds by storm with their cuteness. In the latest video shared by Karan, Yash can be seen lying on the couch with his back to his grandmother and can be heard saying ‘I won’t talk to mumma’. Hiroo Johar then responds and says ‘Don’t talk to mumma, talk to papa.’ Then, Karan asks about his bad mood and says ‘Are You sulking with mumma, why are you sulking.’ Also Read - Karan Johar Quizzes His Twins Roohi And Yash About Coronavirus, Shares Video- Watch

He then asks his mother, ‘why is he sulking with you’ and she responds ‘because I said not to touch my hair’. Karan then teases his mother and asks why is she being protective about her hair. He then moves the camera to Roohi who can be seen combing her grandmother’s hair. Karan asks if she likes Hiroo’s hair and she replies by saying ‘No’. Well, the video will definitely win your heart. Also Read - Karan Johar's Kids Yash And Roohi Outsmart Him in This Latest Viral Video as Bollywood Promotes Self-Quarantine

Sharing the video, Karan wrote, “Hiroo and Roohi ❤️ #toodles #motherdaughter.” (sic) Also Read - Smriti Irani Initiates Twitter Antakshari During Janata Curfew, Calls Karan Johar's 'Lag Jaa Gale' Wrong Song

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Hiroo and Roohi ❤️ #toodles #motherdaughter

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Earlier, Karan shared a video of Yash where he could be seen asking the little munchkin about what he’s doing to fight the pandemic coronavirus. He captioned the clip, “Everyone fighting it in their own way …Yash doing his own thing to fight it …” (sic)

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Everyone fighting it in their own way …Yash doing his own thing to fight it …

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Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced 21-days of complete lockdown till April 14 in order to combat pandemic COVID-19. So far, India has recorded over 800 cases and 20 people have died due to coronavirus, as of March 28.