Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Bollywood actress Janhvi Kapoor is hitting the headlines after she appeared on Karan Johar's popular talk show 'Koffee With Karan' Season 7 on July 14. She graced the show with Sara Ali Khan, and the episode was candid and hilarious. 

The GenZ stars revealed several deep secrets in the show that caught the attention of their fans and movie lovers across the country. 

Now, Janhvi is all set for her upcoming 'Good Luck Jerry', a black comedy crime film, directed by Sidharth Sengupta. With the trailer release, the actress is quite busy with promotions for the movie.

Recently, a video has surfaced on social media, in which the Dhadak actress during the promotions, admitted of being fond of girls.

Yes! You heard it right!

During the chat, Janhvi said, "I think that I am actually really fond of these girls. I think I have a lot of respect for what they do and how they carry themselves. And, I enjoy their company a lot and we have seen each other for so long."

Disclosing more about her bond with her girls, she added, "I've seen Ananya. She has been Shanaya's best friend forever. So, I've always seen her around. Sara, I've known her for 6-7 years now, even before she was an actor, so for me in my head when I think of them I don't think of them like, 'Oh my contemporaries'."

"I think first of like the little girl with long hair who used to like run around with Shanaya or like Sara who visited me in LA and like made me skip lines at Disney lands you know and so I actually like them and I want them to do really well and I think they would want the same for me. I think we're secure enough to know that we can all co-exist and thrive," she added.

Further, Janhvi said, "There will be only one actress in the industry and only she'll get all the work, It's not like that."


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Notably, Janhvi and Sara share a good bond much before they had stepped into the glamour world. The duo share the same relationship till date even if they are currently counted among the leading GenZ actresses.