Filmmaker Karan Johar became nostalgic when he shared a snap of his father Yash Johar with Shah Rukh Khan and called it “memories forever”.
Karan took to Twitter to share the picture where his late father is holding the hand of the “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai” star.
“Papa and @iamsrk….#memoriesforever,” he captioned the pic.
An emotional Shah Rukh too commented on the photograph.
“Oh how I miss my friends who are gone… Love u Tom Uncle and miss you most,” he wrote.
The “Dilwale” star and Karan last worked together in “My Name is Khan” five years back. They are going to team up again in his upcoming production venture, which will be directed by “English Vinglish” helmer Gauri Shinde and stars Alia Bhatt opposite the superstar.
Yash Johar died on June 26, 2004 of a chest infection. After his death, his son Karan took the reigns of Dharma Productions.