- Farah Khan, Soni Razdan also wished Hiroo Johar
- The wind beneath my wings," wrote Karan Johar
- "I love you so much, mama," he added
The popular dialogue - "It's all about loving your parents" - from Karan Johar's 2001 film Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham never made more sense. Karan Johar surely has a way with his words, especially when it comes to writing loved-up notes for his dear ones. The reason we brought this up today is because the filmmaker shared the sweetest birthday wish for his mother Hiroo Johar. Karan shared a set of lovely pictures on his Instagram profile on Wednesday and accompanied it with an equally adorable caption. "The wind beneath my wings, my voice of reason. My conscience keeper and the big love story of my life! I love you so much mama! Hiroo Johar happy birthday!"
The comments section on KJo's post was flooded with wishes from his friends. Soni Razdan, Farah Khan, Preity Zinta and many other celebrities wished Hiroo Johar on her birthday. Check out the post here:
Hiroo Johar was married to filmmaker Yash Johar, who died of cancer in June 2004. She frequently makes appearances on KJo's Instagram profile, along with her grandchildren Yash and Roohi. Here are some of the posts:
I am a single parent in social status...but in actuality am definitely not....my mother so beautifully and emotionally co parents our babies with me...I could never have taken such a big decision without her solid support...the twins turn 3 today and our feeling of being blessed continues with renewed vigour with every passing year...I thank the universe for completing us with Roohi and Yash.....
On the work front, Karan Johar recently directed a segment of Netflix's Ghost Stories and produced Good Newwz, starring Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor, Kiara Advani and Diljit Dosanjh. He will also be directing the period drama Takht, which stars Kareena Kapoor, Ranveer Singh and Janhvi Kapoor among others. His upcoming ventures as a producer include Sooryavanshi,Dostana 2, Brahmastra, and Netflix's Guilty, starring Kiara Advani.