Janhvi Kapoor Reveals Mom Sridevi Wanted Khushi To Be An Actor But Not Me- Read The Reason Behind This!

Actress Janhvi Kapoor might be touted as one of the most talented and promising youthful actors of Bollywood, but did you know her megastar mama, late actress Sridevi didn’t want her to enter showbiz? Talking about the same, Janhvi in an interview in 2018, after making her debut with Karan Johar’s ‘Dhadak’ contrary to Ishaan Khatter said that Sridevi wanted her to live a more relaxed life.

Revealing that Sridevi wasn’t keen on her getting an actress, Janhvi told Vogue magazine in 2018, “ She noway wanted me to be an actress. She was more relaxed about Khushi getting into flicks. She allowed I was naïve, that I wasn’t thick-bearded enough. She wanted us to live a more relaxed life. She loved what she did but you know it was violent”.

Still, after seeing Janhvi’s passion for acting, Sridevi supported her son and had also seen some of the parings from her debut flicks. She still, tragically failed after an accident in Dubai on February 24, 2018, ahead of ‘Dhadak’ release.

Janhvi Kapoor, who turns 25 times old moment, has featured in flicks like Gunjan Saxena The Kargil Girl’and‘Roohi’. She has a slew of intriguing systems in the channel including Anand L Rai’s Good Luck Jerry’, Karan Johar’s‘Dostana 2’and‘Takht’among others.

Janhvi is also popular for spa looks and fashion choices. The star sprat on Friday had a birthday festivity at the field with her addict, who brought her a cutlet.

The actress can be seen flushing and saying how sweet after entering the cutlet. She also cut the cutlet and happily posed with the addict.

Sridevi’s early death has brought Janhvi and her family closer to Arjun Kapoor and Anshula Kapoor. Time and again, the half-siblings have stood up for Janhvi and Khushi, and she’s happy that family is now sticking to each other. Janhvi said, “It’s made us feel safe and secure. Indeed for pop (Boney Kapoor), it’s a source of comfort. It has surely tied us together. We have lost mute, and I do not suppose that is a loss any of us will ever get over.”