Happy Birthday Janhvi Kapoor: How the late Sridevi's Daughter Became Bollywood's Ultimate Sweetheart

From desiring to follow Sridevi’s traditions to a small celebration with her family, here is how the fitness-crazy Janhvi Kapoor celebrated her 22nd birthday
Happy Birthday Janhvi Kapoor: How the late Sridevi's Daughter Became Bollywood's Ultimate Sweetheart
Janhvi Kapoor

Janhvi Kapoor turns a year older today! Last year, Bollywood’s newbie entered the film industry with Shashank Khaitan's Dhadak in which she starred alongside Ishaan Khatter. Based on Marathi superhit film Sairat (2016), Janhvi Kapoor impressed the audience with her performance as Parthavi. Dhadak became one of the big hits of 2018.

Along with being an exceptional actress, Janhvi Kapoor is also a pro at keeping fit. Even before she actually started her Bollywood career, she was noticed by the paparazzi out and about going to the gym. If Janhvi’s chic gym looks don't break the internet, the actress’ workout videos instantly go viral as soon as they touch the virtual space - giving solid motivation to many to hit the fit road!

The young actors, Ishaan Khatter and Janhvi Kapoor, who played the role of a couple in ‘Dhadak’, have become the perfect workout buddies! The duo is often seen setting new standards for fitness as they sweat it out at the gym together.

Check out Janhvi Kapoor in beast mode!

With just one film, Janhvi has become a darling of Bollywood. On her 22nd birthday, many Bollywood celebrities took to their social media handles to wish to the actress.

Sara Ali Khan

Anil Kapoor

Sonam Kapoor

The actress had a small celebration with her father Boney Kapoor and sister Khushi in Varanasi, where Janhvi is currently filming the Gunjan Saxena biopic, reportedly titled Kargil Girl.

In an Instagram post, Janhvi thanked her fans for their best wishes and wrote, "Thankful and grateful. For all your love and blessings, for every opportunity, for my family, for my country. Love you all."

In her interview with Mumbai Mirror, Janhvi also added that she wanted to go to Tirupati just like her mother (Sridevi) did on her birthday, but the 'arrangements could not be made'. "I wanted to visit Tirupati again. Mom (Sridevi) used to climb up to the temple every year for her birthday when she was working. I went there earlier this year and wanted to go again on my birthday, but arrangements couldn't be made on time I might go next week," she said.