Filmmaker Karan Johar believes sometimes even children need their space and can have their own agenda.
Here to attend the 100th birthday of spiritual leader Dada J.P. Vaswani, Karan, who welcomed twins Roohi and Yash via surrogacy earlier this year, spoke at length on striking a balance between being a parent and the child.
"Parents should give freedom and everything needed to their children. Sometimes even children have their own agenda. They don't want to spend all their time with their parents," Karan said in a statement.
Karan says it is the duty of every parent to give time to their children.
"otherwise if parents don't give time and understand their children, children tend to take revenge. They also in turn don't give time," he added.
On the work front, Karan is producing projects like "Drive", "Raazi", "Kesari" and "Brahmastra".
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