I told Kajol first about Yash and Roohi, says Karan Johar

Karan Johar and Kajol’s ex-enemity is something everyone knows about. Known to be best of friends, they called an end to their friendship when KJo decided to release Ae Dil Hai Mushkil on the same day as Ajay Devgn’s Shivaay. But now all seems to be well between the two.

On Neha Dhupia’s chat show recently, Johar revealed that Kajol was one of the first people to know that he had had Yash and Roohi Johar. He said, “So honestly, what happened was that when the babies were born, which no one knows, I sent the message to Kajol first. I sent her a message saying that you don’t have to reply to this message but I really don’t want you to be seeing these babies in a newspaper or online. I want you to see what they look like and you don’t need to reply but I woke up with a dream and I woke up with a heavy heart and I just felt the need to send you the images of my children and I sent them to her. And she replied instantly saying they look gorgeous and I hope they give you all the love that my children have given me. And that was it.”

He went on to add, “I do feel that I did speak about many, many things and I said many, many things but now when I look back I’m going to say that whatever may have transpired, and everything that I said about our relationship, a lot of it I think that perhaps I reacted on impulse and put it out there and now when I look back, I’m like, maybe it was something that I should have kept to myself. I think there are certain relationships are so sacred that when you hurt from them or you hold on to that pain, you keep a lot of those feelings to yourself and leave it to one on one discussions. I’ve probably made the mistake of going public and that is something that is out there, it’s archived and I can never take that away, and those feelings are what I did feel but maybe it should have been one on one. But having said that, the relationship is too strong in the past for me and for her not to have a 2.0 version of it.”

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