Boney Kapoor and Sridevi's younger daughter Khushi Kapoor recently jetted off to the US to pursue higher education at the New York Film Academy. Boney Kapoor was seen dropping her off at the Mumbai airport in the wee hours of Tuesday. Khushi Kapoor was seen getting teary-eyed as she said her goodbyes to her friends who came to see her off at the airport.
Now, Bollywood actress Janhvi Kapoor has put out a heartwarming goodbye post for her sister. She shared a love-filled picture with Khushi Kapoor on Instagram where the can be seen embracing each-other twinning in fur jackets. Taking a dig at her younger sibling, Janhvi Kapoor captioned the post saying, “Fur is faux but our love isn’t #prayingfornyc.”
Fans were very much impressed to see the overwhelming bond between Sridevi's daughters. Many of them called them 'Sister goals', and said that they are looking forward to Khushi Kapoor's debut in Bollywood after finishing her education abroad.
Talking about Khushi Kapoor's career plans, Janhvi Kapoor in an interview had said that, "Khushi is going to NYFA (New York Film Academy). Then after she comes back, she will figure what she wants to do. I’m getting palpitations just thinking about Khushi going to... He (Boney) just has to think about it and he’ll start crying.” Before Sridevi's untimely demise, Janhvi was asked about Khushi's future plans, she then said: “Yes, Khushi says she wants to get into modeling. Pehle, she wanted to become a doctor. Phir doctor se lawyer and now it's modeling. So, I am waiting for the shock to happen.”
Meanwhile, Khushi Kapoor recently traveled to Singapore along with her sister Janhvi Kapoor and father Boney Kapoor to unveil her late mother legendary actress Sridevi's Madame Tussauds' wax statue. Boney Kapoor was seen sharing the stage with his daughters as he launched the effigy for public display.
Janhvi Kapoor will essay the lead role in an upcoming venture titled 'Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl' which is based on the life of IAF officer Gunjan Saxena, who is one of the first female pilots to fly in combat. She played an important role in rescuing injured soldiers during the Kargil War in 1999 and was awarded the gallantry Shaurya Vir Award for displaying courage during the war.
This is going to be the first time Janhvi Kapoor will be portraying a real-life person following her debut in 'Dhadak'. Directed by Sharan Sharma, 'The Kargil Girl' also stars Vineet Kumar Singh, Angad Bedi and Manav Vij in pivotal roles. The upcoming biopic is jointly produced by Dharma Productions and Zee Studios and is set to hit theatres on March 13, 2020.
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