Karan Johar's idea of invitation card for his mom's birthday is just perfect; check out the picture

Karan Johar is planning to throw a party on his mother Hiroo's 75th birthday and call his B-Town friends. The invitation card has white roses with a bottle of champagne, a box of chocolate and a cake.
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Karan Johar's mother Hiroo will be turning 75 on March 18, this year and the director wants to make the day special for her. Karan is planning to throw a party on her special day and call his B-Town friends. Karan's friend Gauri Khan has shared the video of the invitation card. It has white roses with a bottle of champagne, a box of chocolate and a cake.
 
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On International Women's Day,  Karan shared a picture of her cute little princess Roohi, in hope that he can raise his daughter just the way he was raised by his mother.
 
“I was raised by a woman who had a strong mind...an independent mind and a solid soul...she taught me how to live a fearless life along with a strong sense of right and wrong! She also taught me the art of abandon! She made me the man I am....a man who is honoured to be raised by a woman of substance! Roohi my darling I hope I raise you to be just like your grandmother....” he captioned the picture.
 
Last year, Karan became a father to twins - Roohi and Yash. Talking about them, he said, "It's like a powerful switch has suddenly come on in my life filling the emptiness in my personal space with new energy. I get teary-eyed just looking at them."
 
"My life has changed since Roohi and Yash arrived. At 44, this is my biggest blockbuster. I still haven’t realised the enormity of what’s happened. They’re only two months old. And all they do is eat, sleep, burp, wail and poop. Kabhi khushi, kabhie gham! While I stare at them in wonder. But I can’t get over the fact that they are mine. It’s like a powerful switch has suddenly come on in my life, filling the emptiness in my personal space with new energy. I get teary-eyed just looking at them. It’s surreal to think of them as my daughter and son. It’s daunting even, but in a gorgeous way, when I wake up suddenly at night to remember that I have life breathing in the next room that I’m totally accountable for. My universe was Dad, Mom and films. But now there are Roohi and Yash. My two new friends," added the director.
 
Karan Johar, one of the most celebrated filmmakers of the Hindi film industry, has directed films like Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham and My Name Is Khan. He last directed 2016's Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. 
 
 
 

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When you have all the money in the world !!!

He is a good son to his mother! This is a good thing! There are lots of kids who do not respect their parents, in show bizz!

This isn't anything new. These boxed roses have been around for years. What's so special about it now?

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