Karan Johar's Tiny Son Yash Made A Sandwich. Everyone's Impressed Including Shweta Bachchan

Karan Johar shared a video of son Yash Johar making a sandwich

Karan Johar's Tiny Son Yash Made A Sandwich. Everyone's Impressed Including Shweta Bachchan

Karan Johar's son Yash. (Image courtesy: karanjohar)

Karan Johar is a doting father and there are no two ways about this. In fact, even the Instagram bio of the director-producer says, “A father and then a filmmaker.” Now Karan Johar has shared a video on Instagram to show just how proud he is of his son Yash Johar, who has expressed an interest in cooking. The little one was seen making a sandwich for what appeared to be a school assignment. On Wednesday, the director shared a video of Yash standing on a stool against the kitchen counter with some bread, butter and vegetables around him. Also, did we say that Yash had the cutest chef's hat and coat for the session?

Sharing the clip, Karan Johar wrote, “We have a chef in the house. Chef Yash Johar!” with a heart emoji. In the video that is a little over 1 minute, Yash Johar can be seen interacting with another student over a video call. A female voice can also be asking Yash Johar to name what he is adding to the sandwich. To this, the little one says, “cucumber” and “tomatoes.”

Needless to say, the little chef's cooking session impressed fans and colleagues of Karan Johar no end. While Katrina Kaif replied with heart-eye emojis, Shilpa Shetty said, “Aww.” Mouni Roy replied saying, “Cutest,” while Neelam Kothari Soni wrote, “How adorable.” 

Sanjay Kapoor said, “Can he make pan-fried noodles?” Shweta Bachchan Nanda added, “Oh my goodness. Cuteness and he can cook.” Director Farah Khan Kunder added, “He is a cutie…and eats gluten too.”

Watch the video here:

Karan Johar often shares photos and videos with his mother Hiroo Yash Johar and children, Yash Johar and Roohi Johar, on social media. On the occasion of Father's Day this year, the director shared a bunch of images of his children and attached a beautiful caption to the post. “Blessed to be a father…. My endeavour is to raise them as individuals and never stereotype them by gender … teach them inclusivity and humanity in equal measure… we are in a world that needs conscious parenting and I aspire to be that parent…. Children are extremely impressionable so what we say around them truly matters! Happy Fathers Day to every understanding, supporting but never controlling father…”

See the post here:

Before that, Karan Johar shared another post of his children wearing raincoats in the anticipation of monsoons.

Karan Johar is known for his films such as Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham…, Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, and My Name Is Khan among others. He has also appeared in acting roles in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge and Bombay Velvet.