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Sridevi seems to be miffed over Karan Johar. Wikimedia

New Delhi, October 27:

  • Veteran actress Sridevi’s admirable daughter Jhanvi Kapoor is getting ready for her Bollywood debut.
  • She would be appearing on screen with her acting with the remake of the blockbuster Marathi film ‘Sairat’ opposite Shahid Kapoor’s brother, Ishaan Khatter.
  • As per reports, Shashank Khaitan would be directing the film under the production banner of Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions. But no official announcement has been made by Karan Johar yet leaving Jhanvi’s mommy, Sridevi upset.

Jhanvi Kapoor has been seen at various events and Bollywood parties. Fans of this young Sridevi and charming lady are waiting to know the details of her Bollywood debut. According to a statement by DNA, the film’s continuous delay has made Sridevi worried and miffed with Karan Johar. However, there is no such confirmation about it.



Karan Johar made his officials announcements of upcoming films. Wikimedia.

Karan Johar had recently made an announcement about his upcoming productions of ‘Brahmastra’ starring Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Amitabh Bachchan and ‘Kesari’ starring Akshay Kumar. We can guess, Sridevi is losing her patience after hearing KJo’s official proclamations.

The Marathi film remake ‘Sairat’ is supposed to be larger than expected of Dharma Productions. It is going to be made keeping in mind the central raw dramatic conflict central to the story with no compromise on the production efficacy.

-Prepared by Bhavana Rathi of NewsGram. Twitter @tweet_bhavana


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