Janhvi Kapoor on being known as ‘too naive’: Everything impacts me, I'm overly delicate

by Jeremy Spirogis
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From the very starting, Janhvi Kapoor has come throughout as a lovely individual, who’s at all times smiling. Whether it’s greeting the paps ready outdoors her health club or her social media posts – Janhvi appears to be easy and exhibits what she is. However, in a current interview, the actress revealed that she has been typically instructed by those that she is simply too naive and never ruthless sufficient to be in an trade like Bollywood.

Janhvi, who made her Bollywood debut in 2018 with Dhadak, a remake of Marathi hit Sairat, says that she doesn’t care what folks really feel. “I’ve been told by so many people that I’m not ruthless enough, I’m not thick-skinned. I’m too naive. But I don’t care. I think the only thing that I might have going for me is that it is brave to be naive and I think that somewhere I let that show when I act,” Janhvi instructed BBC Asian Network.

The actress added, “I hope that this vulnerability might come across. So, I don’t care to become thick-skinned or ruthless or think of yeh kya kar raha hai, woh kya kar raha hai… or to not let things affect me because everything affects me, I’m overly sensitive.”

Janhvi additionally says that due to her delicate persona, her mom, late actress Sridevi didn’t assume that she is reduce out for Bollywood. However, she reveals that her father, Boney Kapoor has a distinct opinion. “My dad doesn’t feel my personality is carved for it (Bollywood), but he saw my second film recently and he has seen some of my work… I don’t want to say too much… but he knows that there is nothing else that I can get myself to do.”

The actress, who has a number of movies in her kitty, together with The Kargil Girl, Dostana 2, RoohiAfza and Takht, says that she is completely satisfied about the truth that her sensitivity helps her ball her eyes out on the drop of a hat in entrance of the digital camera. “It is hard to cry in front of the camera. It is hard to be emotional.”  

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