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    Janhvi Kapoor is getting set to attend Kunal and Arpita’s pre-wedding party and looks “spicy” in a white saree

    Recently, Janhvi Kapoor appeared in Good Luck Jerry. View her most recent images.

    One of the top Bollywood actresses is Janhvi Kapoor. Even though the actress has only appeared in a few movies, she has already established herself as a talent. She made her acting debut in Ishaan Khatter’s 2018 film “Dhadak,” directed by Shashank Khaitan. The 25-year-old is already well on her road to stardom with roles in films including “Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl,” “Ghost Stories,” and “GoodLuck Jerry.”

    Janhvi is a genuine fashionista at heart outside of acting, as seen by the outfits she chooses to wear! Even while we like her timeless red carpet beauty, a basic saree still has a certain allure.

    In relation to that, the Dhadak actress shared a number of pictures wearing a saree on Friday on Instagram. The diva looked stunning in the photos wearing a chic white sequin saree that was a simple yet sophisticated makeover of the six yards. She completed her ensemble by wearing a similar sensual bralette blouse with a plunging neckline that gave it more oomph. Vaani chose a simple styling approach for the look and accessorized it with a pair of dramatic earrings, “icy-spicy.”

    Regarding her professional endeavors, Janhvi most recently appeared in Siddharth Sen’s Good Luck Jerry. On the OTT platform, the movie was made available. In the movie, Janhvi’s performance received high praise. Her acting and line delivery both received acclaim from her audience. She currently has a few intriguing projects in the works. She’ll be seen in Mili shortly. In Mr. & Mrs. Mahi, a cricket drama, she will work with Rajkummar Rao again after Roohi. In addition to this, Janhvi also stars alongside Varun Dhawan in Nitesh Tiwari’s Bawaal.

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