Following the success of her film Good Luck, Janhvi Kapoor is on cloud nine. After being released, Jerry received overwhelmingly positive reviews, and audience praised her performance. Many of her admirers frequently compared her calm appearance in the movie to that of her late mother Sridevi. In a recent interview, Janhvi discussed how she coped with the death of her mother, Sridevi, and shared what kept her and her father, Boney Kapoor, going after she died. Everyone was in a state of shock and mourning when Sridevi passed away in Dubai in 2018.
One of the most well-known female actresses in Indian film, Sridevi, passed away in February 2018. Her daughters Janhvi and Khushi Kapoor, husband Boney Kapoor, and other family members were stunned by her untimely death. When the news of her mother's passing first broke, Janhvi was preparing for the premiere of her movie Dhadak. Janhvi recently opened up about what held her going after losing her mother Sridevi in an interview with The Beer Biceps. She acknowledged that after her mother Sridevi passed away, it was her dad and their shared love of movies that kept them going.
Janhvi mentioned how much her family enjoys movies and what she discovered while working on her mother Sridevi's movie set, "After losing mom, the only thing that's kept me going and my dad going, I think, apart from the love and support from our family, is our love for films. Honestly, I don't think I'd have the will to go through it if I didn't love what I do so much, in a way that is almost selfish. I love it so much that...It's almost keeping me alive."
Janhvi is delighted to have finished filming Bawaal and is currently indulging in the success of Good Luck Jerry. She and Varun Dhawan recently wrapped off their Bawaal overseas shoot schedule by sharing a collection of photos. Nitesh Tiwari is the film's director, while Sajid Nadiadwala is the producer. Along with this, Janhvi shares Mili with her father, the producer, Boney Kapoor.