Movie producer Karan Johar, who has turned into a father to twins by means of surrogacy, says he needs his youngsters to tune in to Hindi film music that he has grown up tuning in to.
“I have grown up tuning in to parcel of Hindi film music whether it is Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle among others. I need in their (twins’s) nursery; some of my most loved music ought to play constantly,” Karan told the media amid the book dispatch of Ustad Amjad Ali Khan’s “Lord on Masters”.
“So that my children to hear them out in light of the fact that I adore their melody and they ought to listen what I cherish, to love me,” he included.
The 44-year-old movie producer says he got the propensity for tuning in to famous playback vocalists and late rocker Elvis Presley from his mom Hiroo Johar.
“Truth be told I think my mom wedded my dad since he guaranteed to take her for an Elvis Presley appear, which he did on their special first night!” he included.
On Wednesday Karan brought home his surrogate twins Roohi and Yash after they spent more than seven weeks in the neonatal emergency unit of a doctor’s facility because of unexpected labor.