How badly fans of Karan Johar were missing Toodles video during COVID-19 lockdown and it looks like the filmmaker is making the most of his daddy duties in quarantine. While most of the stars have been putting up pictures and videos on Instagram to spread awareness about Coronavirus outbreak, Karan Johar as always is entertaining fans with adorable videos of his kids, Yash and Roohi. Karan Johar recently shared some insights into his family time. He shared an adorable video of high tea along with daughter Roohi Johar and mom Hiroo Johar while they stay indoors. Also Read - Bihar: 38 Children at Remand Home Test Positive For Coronavirus, Admitted to Hospital
Karan Johar took to Instagram and shared an extremely cute video while he documents his conversation to mom and the 3-year-old daughter. In the video, the 47-year-old is seen asking his daughter: “Roohi, what are you doing, high tea?” Also Read - Bengal Elections: BJP Will Not Hold Big Public Meetings Anymore, to Hand Out Masks to 6 Crore People
As the little munchkin grabs a tea snack, Karan then pans the camera to his mom who seems to be bejewelled with gold bangles and earrings for the ‘high tea.’ He asks his mom, “Oh my god, Mumma you are all bejewelled for the high tea,” to which his mom replies, “Because it is the highlight of our day.” Also Read - How People Above 18 Should Register For Vaccine. Step-by-Step Guide
KJo also asks about the beautiful stone studded hairband to the little munchkin Roohi and asks: “Who got you this?”
To which the toddler replies, “Dada.” Karan expressed his love for diamonds from his mom and his love for the ornament that has incurred as a part of the beautiful Sindhi lineage.
While sharing the post, Karan captioned, “High tea with @hiroojohar ! #lockdownwiththejohars.”
Watch the cute video here:
The post garnered the likes and comments of celebrity followers including Arjun Kapoor, and Maheep Kapoor. Ranveer Singh wrote, ‘Hiroo Knows It’.
Lately, KJo has been providing insights into his family on Instagram by sharing videos. Earlier, the ‘My Name is Khan’ filmmaker shared a video with son Yash, who thinks that Amitabh Bachchan can cure coronavirus.