Janhvi Kapoor Is Full On Party Mood With Sister Khushi And Anshula

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Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khattar starrer Dhadak hit the theatres with bumper opening. The official remake of Marathi film is seeing the success at the box office and the stars are enjoying the success.

Recently, Janhvi Kapoor was seen enjoying with her girl gang. She was spotted chilling with her sisters Khushi, Shanaya and Anshula at a suburban Mumbai eatery.

Janhvi was seen wearing her gym wear and she looked one odd amongst others. While, Khushi Kapoor donned trendy striped palazzos with a white tube top. And Shanaya in red pants looked gorgeous which she paired with a Karl Lagerfeld graphic printed tee. The girl gang was joined by Mohit Marwah and his wife Antara.

Janhvi is really happy with the success of Dhadak and it is quite visible in her beautiful smile.

 

The actress recently was asked whether she believes she has become a star with the success of Dhadak, she replied, “I don’t think I am a star as of now, I am just trying to be an actor.”

On getting the best compliment for her performance, she said, “I got the best compliment from my director Shashank Khaitan when he told me that he is proud of me. But more than that, I feel the kind of overwhelming response that we are getting here is the biggest compliment for all of us.”

Popular trade analyst Taran Adarsh talking about the film stated, “The comparisons were inevitable because Sairat is a blockbuster. However, Dhadak is different in terms of the setting, texture and it’s modified for a pan Indian and international audience. It has its moments and has been received with a lot of love by the moviegoers.”

He added, “The film has overcome comparisons and not only started on a good note, but the second day also saw a substantial growth in numbers over the first. Going by the reviews and word-of-mouth, it will have excellent opening weekend numbers.”

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Published by Kajal Thakur on 24 Jul 2018

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