Clad in a white prime and matching bottoms, Janhvi Kapoor seemed beautiful and nailed each step along with her expression and strikes.
New Delhi| Jagran Leisure Desk: Bollywood actress Janhvi Kapoor is one such actress who is sweet in all spheres, other than her performing expertise, she can also be a terrific dancer and again and again she has proved that.
The Gunjan Saxena actress who’s studying Kathak, classical dance, from a while, retains dropping movies from her session. Lately, the actress took to her Instagram deal with and posted a video whereby she will be seen shaking her legs on music San Sanana, one of many sensuous quantity from Kareena Kapoor Khan’s movie Ashoka.
Janhvi Kapoor who’s lacking her stomach dance courses captioned the video as, “Lacking publish burrito stomach dance sessionz”
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Clad in a white prime and matching bottoms, Janhvi Kapoor seemed beautiful and nailed each step along with her expression and strikes. As quickly because the Dhadak actress dropped the video, her followers had been left gawking along with her stomach dance strikes and flooded her remark part praising the actress. One of many customers wrote, “You’ll be able to dance identical to your mother so good” Whereas one in every of her buddies referred to as her “Shakira-Shakira”
Nicely, this isn’t the primary time she impressed her followers along with her ada, earlier too Janhvi has shared some her movies grooving on classical songs.
On the work entrance, the actress has few movies in her kitty that are slated to launch this 12 months particularly, Roohi Afzana co-starring Rajkummar Rao; Dostana 2 co-starring Kartik Aaryan and Laksh Lalwani and the final however not the least Good Luck Jerry. This movie is being helmed by Siddharth Sen and written by Pankaj Matta. It is going to be produced by Aanand L Rai.
In the meantime, the actress was final seen in Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Woman, a biopic of former IAF pilot, Gunjan Saxena. The movie that launched on Netflix made vital controversy surrounding its depiction of the Air Power.