Mumbai: The birth of Karan Johar's twins, Yash and Roohi, is the most talked-about topic in the tinsel town now.
Where everyone is showering wishes and blessings on the tiny tots, KJo's good friend Farah Khan has an offer for him. She is ready to be the nanny for his kids.
"When we went to Sajid's show, they asked me, 'what do you want for Karan?' and I said, he should be a parent, either by adopting or surrogacy. I am thrilled it has happened to him. I told him, if he wants a nanny, then 'Main Hoon Na'," Farah said here, when asked on the same.
Sushmita also has a heart-felt message for the filmmaker, who is all set to take a new ride with his newly-embraced parenthood.
"Congratulations to Karan. He, in an interview once, said that he has the nurturing quality in him. He wants to start a family. He has always been a guy who is owned by his heart. I am very happy Karan Johar is now a parent and I am sure his children will grow up to be amazing people." Sushmita said.
Adding, "Every child is different, every parent is different. Just remember, you are here to nurture their talents and to give them the best possible life ever."
Kiran Rao, who also had her first-born, Azad, with husband Aamir Khan, via surrogacy, said, "That's just wonderful. He deserves every happiness that life can give him. I am so happy to hear this news."
"Congratulations to him. I think he will make a really nice parent. I love 'Koffee with Karan' and it seems like he is a really fun person. He will make a fab dad," said actress Amyra Dastur.
Karan took to Twitter on Sunday morning to share the news of birth of Roohi and Yash, with an official statement, "I am ecstatic to share with you all the two most wonderful additions to my life, my children and lifelines; Roohi and Yash."
"I feel enormously blessed to be a parent to these pieces of my heart who were welcomed into this world with the help of the marvels of medical science," he added.
The statement further read, "This was an emotional yet well thought out decision which I have taken after considering all the responsibilities and duties that come with being a parent. In order to arrive at this decision, I have prepared myself mentally, physically, emotionally and logistically to ensure that my children get all the unconditional love, care and attention from me and mine. I have submitted to the fact that my children are my world and priority."
"My work, travels and social commitments would have to take a back seat and I am prepared for that. By the grace of God, I have the most caring and supportive mother who will be an integral part in the up-bringing of her grandchildren and of course, friends who are family," the 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' director said.
He concluded, "I am eternally grateful to the surrogate who has fulfilled my lifelong dream and provided a warm, loving and nurturing environment to my children before bringing them into this world. She will always remain in my prayers. Finally, a big thank you to Dr. Jatin Shah for his guidance and support and for being like a family member through this wonderful and exciting journey."