Dhadak stars Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter were spotted in Bandra

Jun 27, 2018, 08:45 IST
  • Dhadak stars Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter were spotted in Bandra

    Janhvi Kapoor was spotted at a PR office in Bandra, Mumbai. Sridevi and Boney Kapoor's daughter Janhvi will soon make her Bollywood debut with Karan Johar's Dhadak which also stars Shahid Kapoor's brother Ishaan Khatter. Dhadak is a remake of Marathi film Sairat. All pictures/Yogen Shah

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  • Dhadak stars Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter were spotted in Bandra

    On Tuesday, Janhvi Kapoor took to Instagram to share a beautiful post to wish brother Arjun Kapoor on his birthday. She shared a photo of Janhvi with Arjun, Anshula and Khushi and wrote, "You are the reason for our strength. Love you, happy birthday Arjun bhaiya. [sic]"

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  • Dhadak stars Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter were spotted in Bandra

    In her very first interview with Vogue, Janhvi Kapoor talked about Sridevi's "whacked-out experiences" in the industry, "In the '80s and '90s, actors would do multiple shifts working simultaneously on different films. So, mum was doing three movies with the same director, who was also the actor. They were in Ooty and he decided to shoot songs for all the three films together. He'd shoot a sequence, then cut and walk to the next location, and the entire cast and crew would follow him. At one point, he completed a shot, started walking and, next thing you know, he's behind a tree taking a piss — with the entire cast and crew behind him, watching. So he went to take a piss, and everyone assumed they were going to the next location! Mum was part of all three films. She would figure out which movie they were shooting for, by his wigs, which would change for each role."

    Pictured: Janhvi Kapoor seen leaving from the office in Bandra

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  • Dhadak stars Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter were spotted in Bandra

    Inevitably, in the interview, Janhvi Kapoor came to describing her life post her mother's untimely demise in February. "The family has come together. It's made us feel safe and secure. Even for papa [Boney Kapoor], it's a source of comfort. It has definitely tied us together. We've lost mum, and I don't think that's a loss any of us will ever get over."

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  • Dhadak stars Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter were spotted in Bandra

    Ishaan Khatter was also spotted with her Dhadak co-star Janhvi at the office in Bandra. Ishaan is the son of actors Rajesh Khattar and Neelima Azim. Shahid Kapoor is his brother. Khatter made his debut early this year with Majid Majidi's directorial Beyond The Clouds with Malavika Mohanan. Dhadak will be his debut in Bollywood

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  • Dhadak stars Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter were spotted in Bandra

    Ishaan Khatter said in an interview that it was a "happy fateful coincidence" to get to dance on Prabhudheva's Muqabala song in his debut film Beyond The Clouds. As part of a scene in the Majid Majidi directorial, Ishaan's character Amir is supposed to turn on a song and dance to it. In the sequence, Ishaan is seen freestyling to the original track, but in a shadow

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  • Dhadak stars Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter were spotted in Bandra

    Ishaan Khatter-starrer Beyond The Clouds is Iranian filmmaker Majidi's maiden India-set project. The film narrates a heart-warming tale of a brother and sister, and how they find happiness in separation and turbulent times. It also celebrates the triumph and adoration of life against a Mumbai backdrop.

    Pictured: Dressed in casual, Ishaan Khatter seen at the PR office in Bandra

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