Janhvi Kapoor wants an ‘emotional ending’ to her first film with brother Arjun Kapoor

    Janhvi Kapoor wants an ‘emotional ending’ to her first film with brother Arjun Kapoor

    Actress Janhvi Kapoor has shared her desire to share the screen with actor brother Arjun Kapoor before. Well, this time she has revealed what story she is looking for.

    Janhvi Kapoor wants an ‘emotional ending’ to her first film with brother Arjun Kapoor

    Just last month, a busy Janhvi Kapoor had revealed that all her family members are working so much that they have barely had any quality time to spend with one another. The actress was shooting for Bawaal with Varun Dhawan, her brother Arjun Kapoor was promoting Ek Villain Returns, her sister Khushi is filming her debut film The Archies and her filmmaker father Boney Kapoor is gearing up to turn actor in Luv Ranjan’s next. Janhvi had joked that the only way they could come together as a family was if they were cast together in a film.

    Well, now in an interview with Pinkvilla, Janhvi was asked which genre she would like to explore if she shared the screen with her brother Arjun. To this the actress replied, “I think a family drama with comedy. Like a dysfunctional family drama with humour. I feel there should be a road trip somewhere and there should be like an 'oh, we did not know we were related and we bumped into each other and then we realised we are brother and sister', then there's like a comedy of errors and an emotional ending.”

    That sounds fun and promising, doesn’t it? Currently Janhvi is soaring high on the love received by her character in her recently released film Good Luck Jerry. While the story-line got mixed reviews, her performance has been lauded by critics as well as fans. Arjun, on the other hand, left audiences in awe of his versatile performance in Ek Villain Returns. Up next, he will be seen in Kuttey.

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