Janhvi Kapoor on Tuesday posted a video on her Instagram page showcasing her belly-dancing skills. In the video, Janhvi is seen grooving along with the Kareena Kapoor song San sanana from the 2001 period drama Asoka, starring Shah Rukh Khan. Watch the video below:
Janhvi’s performance received mixed reactions from netizens. While fans blindly appreciated her performance, many felt she is yet to nail the art of belly-dancing.
Some even drew comparisons with her mother, late Bollywood superstar Sridevi.
A section of netizens pointed out that while Janhvi is a good dancer, she needs to work harder on her facial expressions while dancing.
Janhvi was last seen in the digitally-released film Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl.
The actress will next feature in Good Luck Jerry, which has begun shooting in Punjab. Directed by Sidharth Sengupta and written by Pankaj Matta, the film also stars Deepak Dobriyal, Meeta Vashishth, Neeraj Sood and Sushant Singh.
In a past interview, she spoke about her mom’s death. She said, “I think, I was still in that state of shock, to be very honest. I think I am still in shock. None of it has been processed. Like, I have no memory of three or four months.” The family has also come closer after the tragedy. Arjun Kapoor and his sister, Anshula reached out to Janhvi and Khushi in the most heart-warming manner. Commenting on it, she said, “You know at the end of the day, we have the same blood in us. I don’t remember anything of those four months but I do remember that one day when we were sitting in Harsh (Anil Kapoor’s son) Bhaiya’s room and Arjun Bhaiya and Anshula (Arjun Kapoor’s sister) Didi came in — I think that was the one day when I felt like, ‘Ok maybe we might be okay.”
(With inputs from IANS)
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