Shah Rukh Khan, Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Sidharth Malhotra may have already headed to Karan Johar’s place to meet his newborns, Yash and Roohi. But they’ll still have to wait for at least a month before they’re allowed to play with the kids. Turns out, the filmmaker has been advised to not allow many visitors to meet his babies. The reason is pretty obvious, they’re still susceptible to infections. His twins were prematurely born and spent seven weeks in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Although the reports on their growth has been very positive, the doctors have still asked Johar to be extra careful. You see, kids are more likely to attract infections and virus. Hence, to avoid any complication, the doctors suggested him to not allow visitors, just yet. A special crib has been designed for the babies with nets so that they’re protected from the bad air.

KJo’s kids, Yash and Roohi have shown tremendous growth. Dr Bhupendra Awasthi, who has been monitoring the kids’ health stated that the weight of the kids has nearly double in the last 51 days. “They were two and half months premature and weighed less than 1.5 kgs. In the last 51 days, their weight has nearly doubled,” said the doctor to Mid-day. He further added that the filmmaker might have to keep his social life low key and especially maintain less number of people around his kids to avoid infections.

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“Normally, babies have low immunity and in case of premature births, extra precaution is mandatory. Regular follow-up (check-up) us of utmost importance, so that we can monitor their growth. Deficiencies that they had during birth also need to be checked. We have fixed dates to conduct tests and ascertain their health. He (Karan) needs to keep a tab on number of guests he receives; the babies are susceptible to infection,” said the doctor.

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Awasthi also spoke about what a splendid father Karan is as he has constantly been visiting the hospital to see his babies’ growth. He said, “Karan is emotionally attached to the babies and is sincere as a father. He’d regularly come to come on them (when they were in the NICU). I am sure he will be able to look after them really well by himself.” Well, that is something very believable, you know. The filmmaker has always been extra pampering and sweet when it comes to people he values a lot. Quite a few close buddies have visited the actor last night but looks like they’ll still have to wait for atleast a month before they’re allowed to play with Yash and Roohi.

That makes us wonder how much time we’ll have to wait before we get to see the twins! When’s it going to be KJo?