Karan Johar became father of twins through surrogacy, announces his happiness on social media

Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar today announced that he had become a father to twins - a boy and a girl - through surrogacy. Introducing the children as Roohi and Yash, Mr. Johar in a statement he tweeted said the children were the "two most wonderful additions to my life and lifelines". The children were born last month in Mumbai's Masrani Hospital where Shah Rukh Khan's third child Abram was delivered also by a surrogate mother, according to media reports. "This was an emotional yet a well thought out decision which I have taken after considering all the responsibilities and duties that come with being a parent," Mr. Johar has said. Mr. Johar, 44, said he has prepared himself "mentally, physically and logistically" to ensure that children get all the unconditional love, care, and attention. "I have submitted to the fact that my children are my world and priority," he added. READ HIS FULL STATEMENT HERE Karan Johar often informally referred to as KJO is an Indian film director, producer, screenwriter, costume designer, actor and television personality who is primarily known for his work in Hindi films. He is the son of Hiroo Johar and the acclaimed producer Yash Johar. With the several successful films, he has produced under the Dharma Productions banner, have established him as one of the leading director-producers in Hindi cinema.