When Janhvi Kapoor REVEALED she’s a fan of literature: It’s very therapeutic

Janhvi Kapoor is one of the leading Bollywood actresses. Although she may only have four movies, she has already proven herself to be an actress to watch. She made her directorial debut Shashank Khaitan’s ‘Dhadak’ in 2018 with Ishaan Khatter and with projects like ‘Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl’ and ‘Ghost Stories’ the 25-year-old is well on her way to becoming a superstar. Besides cinema, the actress loves travel, literature and dancing. But do you know that she is also passionate about literature and that she also likes to write poetry?

In a retrospective interview with Vogue, the actress revealed that she was a fan of literature. The 25-year-old said: “It’s very therapeutic. You saw my copy of Dhadak’s script – it was covered in notes. Not only that, during Dhadak promotions, co-star Ishan Khatter had revealed that she loves to write poetry. In 2018, the actor also recited a self-penned poem for his late mother Sridevi, at the Festival International Film Festival of India in Goa.

On the work front, Janhvi recently shared the first look at her upcoming movie ‘good luck jerry.’ Directed by Siddharth Sengupta and backed by producer Aanand L Rai, “GoodLuck Jerry” is a Hindi adaptation of the 2018 Tamil crime and comedy film Kolamavu Kokila.

Besides ‘GoodLuck Jerry’, Janhvi is currently filming for her next movie ‘Bawaal‘ with Varun Dhawan. Director Nitesh Tiwari is set to release on April 7 next year. The film marks Varun’s first collaboration with Janhvi and the team had recently traveled to Paris to shoot the film’s upcoming schedule.

Then, she will also find Rajkummar Rao after ‘Roohi’ for ‘Mr And Mrs Mahi’. She will then play in ‘Mili’ opposite Sunny Kaushal, a remake of the Malayalam film, ‘Helen’. “Mili” will mark her first collaboration with Father Boney Kapoor, who will produce the film.

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