Everyday there are new visitors at Karan Johar’s residence for he has just brought home his newborn twins – Yash and Roohi. Bollywood celebs can’t resist themselves from meeting the little ones. While Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Shah Rukh Khan, Sidharth Malhotra were among the first one’s to meet the babies. Shahid Kapoor and Gauri Khan decided to pay a visit last night. Yes, pictures of Gauri and Shahid arriving at Karan Johar’s residence have just come to us. From the little that we know, although everyone’s getting to see a glimpse of Karan’s babies but they’ll still have to wait for at least a month before they’re allowed to play with the kids. Also read: Karan Johar has been advised to keep his social life low key, for Yash and Roohi

As per reports, Karan Johar has been advised to not allow many visitors to meet his babies. The reason is pretty obvious, his babies are 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 also been designed for the babies with nets so that they’re protected from the bad air.

Here check out, Shahid and Gauri Khan’s pics below:

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Very recently, Karan Johar had spoken about how Gauri has been this constant support in his life. Through his HT Brunch column for this month, Karan revealed, “She(Gauri) is there for us quietly, seamlessly and without burdening anyone with her presence by making them feel obligated by her. She sometimes may not have the actions to prove it but her presence has always been spectacularly soothing in every dramatic or crisis-laden situation in my life. Every time my mother’s been in and out of the hospital with major back and spinal injuries, whether it was morning, afternoon or evening, Gauri was there. I would ask her, “Why are you still here? Go home” and she would say, “What am I doing? I just want to be here” That quiet strength is what defines her.”

On that note, keep watching this space for more updates.