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”In My School Days, People Would Think of Me Having Psychotic Disorders’ Says Janhvi Kapoor

”In My School Days, People Would Think of Me Having Psychotic Disorders’ Says Janhvi Kapoor

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Janhvi Kapoor who is all set to hit the silver screen on July 20 has shared something. Janhvi is in full swing with co-star Ishaan Khatter to promote the film across India. While doing the promotions for her film, she talked about her family, work, mom Sridevi, stepsiblings Arjun Kapoor and Anshula Kapoor. While talking in an interview with Bombay Times, when asked if she always aspired to be an actress, she said,

“As a child, I didn’t think of being an actor, even my mom didn’t want me to. However, I think in my head I already thought that I was an actor. In my school days, people would think that I was schizophrenic because I would make up these wack stories. I remember, calling up my friend and saying that I am a secret agent and that I need to spy on someone in school. They would believe me. Once I told my friends that Shakira has flown down to Mumbai to personally teach me belly dancing, so now, I can teach all of you. My friends’ parents called up mom and asked, ‘You got Shakira down? How is she? That’s so cool, could you send Janhvi home so she can teach my daughter’. My mom would be amused by all my stories. I was like this comedy character at home.”

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Further, when the actress was asked about the bonding of her family, after the untimely death of her actress mom Sridevi, the actress said,

“Touchwood! My family gives me strength and courage. (Pauses)… I get emotional when I talk about them. Khushi and I are very different. I am the kid in our family, and everyone treats her as the more responsible and independent one. I am the one that needs to be babied, and my mom shared that equation with me. She liked to baby me, as she knew that Khushi was too independent. I would tell her… mamma khana chahiye, mamma ni-ni nahin aa rahi hai. I am still like that, and now Khushi and papa have stepped into that role. My whole family has supported me so much; I want to really make them proud.”

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