Inspired by Karan Johar’s new venture, his twin fame and spirit

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Karan Johar shared this photo (courtesy) Karanjohar)

Highlights

  • Kejo shared a preview of his first picture book for children
  • “coming soon!” He wrote in his post
  • It will be published by Jugnet Books

New Delhi:

Karan Johar turned the title of his creative ideas into an exciting new venture Big ideas of small liv. No, we are not talking about a new movie. The 48-year-old filmmaker, who is the single parent of the twins Ruhi and Yash, is all set to launch a picture book for children, inspired by his experiences as a single parent. Kejo Made a big revelation on his social media account On Tuesday, writing: “I’m excited to share something special with all of you … my first picture book for kids Big ideas of small liv. Coming soon! ”Karan Johar’s book Big ideas of small liv Will be published by Juggernaut Books. Karan Johar also shared a glimpse of the book in his post.

Kejo thanked his friend, author Twinkle Khanna, for coming in contact with Publications Haas, which described Kejo’s book in these words: “Inspired by twin children and their parenting experience, Karan Johar Has written his first children’s book. The book looks at how we apply the distinction between boys and girls as we highlight them. Beautifully illustrated, the book tells the story of Love and Kusha. Welcomed.

Take a look at the video shared by Karan Johar here:

In 2017, Karan Johar started with his autobiographical title An inappropriate boy, In which he opened up about the highs and lows of his life as a filmmaker and made rocky friendships with celebrities in other revelations about his personal life. Karan Johar’s upcoming projects include a historic period piece ThroneWhich is currently in a critical stage And SuryavanshiThat is waiting to be released.

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