Though it has barely been 10 days since Sridevi passed away, but because the late actress was excited for her daughter's birthday, the family wants to go ahead with this little cosy and quiet celebration. And to support her young cousin on her birthday, Sonam Kapoor has taken to her Instagram account to share a heartfelt message.
In a recent post of Anshula Kapoor users abused Jhanvi Kapoor as she and her sister are half siblings of Anshula and Arjun Kapoor. Reportedly, her family is hosting a little dinner at home for the closed friends and relatives to celebrate her birthday. Be it, obviously, her family to that last fan who never had the chance to see her in person. Last night, actors like Anushka Sharma with husband Virat Kohli, Kangana Ranaut and Juhi Chawla among others visited Boney Kapoor and the daughters- Janhvi and Khushi. Well, irrespective Sridevi, would have definitely been very proud of her daughter today. She wrote, "Hi, I'm requesting you to refrain from using abusive language especially towards my sisters, I do not appreciate it and have therefore deleted your comments".
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The elder of Sridevi and Boney's two daughters, Janhvi opened up only after a week of grappling with the news of her mother's demise due to accidental drowning in a Dubai hotel's bathtub on February 24.
But as fate would have it, Sridevi won't be by Janhvi's side when "Dhadak" releases in July.
Just before her birthday, Janhvi had taken to social media to express her feelings, and pen an emotional note to her mother as well as address people in general, telling them to love their parents and to cherish and devote themselves in making their parents feel loved. "They have made you", she wrote.
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