Janhvi Kapoor indeed is a 'strong woman', resumes Dhadak shoot
Janhvi Kapoor follows the principle of 'The show must go on' and has resumed work after few days of mother Sridevi's demise
Janhvi Kapoor on the sets of Dhadak. Picture Courtesy: Yogen Shah
After 12 days of mother Sridevi's sudden demise, daughter Janhvi Kapoor is back to shoot life. The late actress was really looking forward to Janhvi's debut film, like any other mother. Two days after celebrating her 21st birthday and immersing her mother's ashes in Chennai, Janhvi is back to shoot life and is working hard to give her best for her debut. She was spotted at Bandra's Carter Road shooting for the film with co-star Ishaan Khatter.
While most of them thought that Janhvi Kapoor might take a break from work, she has surprised everyone by putting up a brave front. Confirming the same, a source told Mumbai Mirror, "Janhvi and Ishaan will be shooting in Bandra for the next couple of days where they will film some romantic scenes. In the coming week, the duo will head to Kolkata to begin work on the story post-interval, when the lovers elope. They have completed the shoot of the first half which kicked off last December and was shot across Rajasthan and on a set in Mumbai where parts of the state were recreated."
On March 6, Janhvi celebrated an intimate birthday with her family and earlier in the day, she spent her day at an orphanage, a ritual followed by Sridevi. Dhadak is a remake of the blockbuster Marathi film 'Sairaat', which touch-based upon the issue of caste and honour killing.
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