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Karan Johar announces children’s book, Big Thoughts of Little Luv


The picture book, to be published by Juggernaut Books, is inspired by his experiences as a single parent to his twins, Yash and Roohi. 

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For his next venture, Karan Johar is moving away from the film sets and returning back to being a writer. The filmmaker announced yesterday his second book, a children’s picture book titled Big Thoughts of Little Luv.

Featuring twins Luv and Kusha, Big Thoughts of Little Luv will focus on Johar’s own experiences as a single father to his own three-year-old twins, Yash and Roohi. Johar’s book, which will be published by Juggernaut Books, will also demonstrate how boys and girls are raised differently.

While the book’s release date has yet to be announced, the brief teaser video released by both Johar and Juggernaut displayed some of its illustrated pages.

This isn’t Johar’s first venture into writing a book. In 2017, he released his autobiography, An Unsuitable Boy, with journalist Poonam Saxena. The autobiography, which was published by Penguin Books, spoke about his childhood, his love for Hindi cinema, and eventual career as a successful filmmaker and later head of Dharma Productions, the banner launched by his father, producer Yash Johar.