Janhvi Kapoor Reveals About Her Confidence and Career

Janhvi Kapoor

Bollywood actress Janhvi Kapoor has cemented her status as a star in her journey of four years with five diverse films, starting with ‘Dhadak’, the Hindi remake of Nagraj Manjule popular Marathi musical ‘Sairat’. But, despite the uproar around nepotism, he has had his fair share of emotionally taxing experiences that, in his opinion, have added to his performance on a subconscious level.

The actress, who made her digital debut with her second anthology ‘Ghost Stories’, recently came up with another streaming film titled ‘Good Luck Jerry’ which, like her debut, is a sequel to a Tamil film ‘Kolmavu Kokila’ starring Nayanthara. Remake, who recently married Vignesh Shivan.

Janhvi Spoke to IANS About Her Journey So Far, Emotionally Exhausting Moments and Her Approach Towards Her Filmography

The actress says, “The kind of films that I am attracted to have an emotional connection, I want to make people laugh and cry. But more than anything, it is important to me that I am an actor. I push people to the best of my ability.

I try to include films in my filmography that can appeal to people and I choose my scripts accordingly. Having said that, I am actually a complete front foot comedy I want to do it.”

‘Good Luck Jerry’ is the story of a girl who is trying to make it in such an easy world and wishes she had a little luck.

So how much does Jhanvi herself believe in luck or is her hard work the only way to move forward in life? To this Janhvi says, “You can not only rely on luck, it makes you complacent.

Luck plays a role in a person’s life and success, but hard work is something that leads to success, Your attitude is also an important factor.”

She Believes That one Cannot Create Something That They Know Nothing About. People Won’t See It Until They Feel It Belongs to Them

Taking a break, the actress further mentioned, “With ‘Dhadak’, as everyone knows, there was a huge loss in my personal life like my character in the film, for ‘Gunjan Saxena’ she too had to face that problem. where everyone told her she didn’t belong to the place she wanted to be.”

“There was a lot of talk about nepotism and I don’t deserve the opportunity that I have got. While shooting for ‘Roohi’, I felt that I needed to take care of people, then finally realized that That’s the real essence of freedom.”

His character in ‘Good Luck Jerry’ seems to have largely taken a toll on him, as he said, “Earlier, I used to play in complex or confrontational scenarios. But over time I realized I was an opinionated person, who stands with them.”

In the end, Janhvi Kapoor thanked the people expressing happiness about her new film.

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