Actress Janhvi Kapoor, daughter of Bollywood’s famous filmmaker Boney Kapoor, attended an event held in Delhi on Monday, in which Tokyo Paralympic athletes were honored for their performance. During this, the actress greeted the players and interacted with them. After this she has expressed her desire to play the role of Arunima on screen.
According to the report of news agency ANI, Janhvi Kapoor said, ‘I have met Arunima Sinha and her story is very inspiring. I would love to play him on screen. Let us tell you that Arunima has been a national level volleyball player and she is the first handicapped woman who has successfully scaled the mighty Mount Everest.
At the same time, he shared the picture of the program on his Instagram story. Sharing this photo on Instagram, he wrote, ‘Very happy to meet these great achievers of our country. Have made us all so proud and taught us that no reason is so big that you work hard. May it get in the way of your dreams. I am very excited and honored to meet you all.
Recently she shared her pictures, in which she was looking very beautiful. Along with this, by sharing the pictures on Instagram, he had always expressed his desire to live in the 50s.
If we talk about Janhvi Kapoor’s workfront, then she is going to be seen in many films back to back this year. She will soon be seen in Siddharth Sengupta’s directorial ‘Good Luck Jerry’. Apart from this, she is going to be seen in Karan Johar’s directorial ‘Dostana 2’. Recently, the actress was seen in the film ‘Roohi’ with actors Raj Kumar Rao and Varun Sharma.