Janhvi Kapoor, the rising Bollywood star, recently made candid revelations about her love life on the popular show “Tinder Swipe.” Hosted by the witty Kusha Kapila, the show’s latest episode delved into Janhvi’s romantic experiences and shed light on her first serious relationship.
Thrill of secrecy and parental opposition
In an engaging conversation, Janhvi Kapoor shared details of her initial serious relationship. She revealed that there was an exhilarating thrill in keeping the relationship a secret. Meeting in secret and weaving a web of lies added an element of excitement to the affair. However, the actress also unveiled the reason behind the unfortunate end of this relationship – her parents’ disapproval.
Janhvi Kapoor disclosed that the primary reason her first serious relationship came to an end was due to the objections raised by her parents, the late actress Sridevi and producer Boney Kapoor. The actress admitted that she had to lie extensively to keep the relationship hidden. Eventually, the burden of deception and the clash between her emotions and her parents’ conservatism led to the breakup.
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Reflecting on her past experiences, Janhvi Kapoor stressed the importance of parental approval in a relationship. She shared that transparency and honesty with parents can make a significant difference in the ease and confidence of making relationship decisions. The actress emphasized that gaining her parents’ blessings can provide a sense of reassurance and comfort.
Janhvi Kapoor also confessed that her perceptions of love and relationships have been influenced by Bollywood movies. She mentioned that the idea of staring out of the window and watching raindrops fall, as often depicted in films, carries a certain charm and romantic allure.
Janhvi Kapoor’s upcoming projects
Aside from her personal revelations, Janhvi Kapoor also shared updates about her professional ventures. She is set to star alongside Rajkummar Rao in the upcoming film “Mr and Mrs Mahi.” Her recent release, “Bawaal,” directed by Nitesh Tiwari and streamed on Prime Video, stirred controversy due to its approach towards the Holocaust. The film faced criticism from the Jewish organization The Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Israeli embassy for its handling of the sensitive topic.