Janhvi Kapoor Having Fun With Kids On The Sets of 'Good Luck Jerry' In This Viral Video Is Too Cute To Handle; WATCH

A video of Janhvi Kapoor having fun with kids on the sets of Good Luck Jerry is going viral on social media. Check out!

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Janhvi Kapoor Having Fun With Kids On The Sets of 'Good Luck Jerry' In This Viral Video Is Too Cute To Handle; WATCH
Janhvi Kapoor is one of the most loved celebrities of Bollywood. The gorgeous actress' recent release 'Roohi' co-starring Rajkummar Rao and Varun Sharma received a good response from the audience. The actress delivered a great performance and fans just can't stop praising it. Apart from her performance, Janhvi's promotional looks for the movie also impressed many. 

Up next, Janhvi has interesting projects in her kitty. One of her movies many are eagerly looking forward to is Good Luck Jerry. Directed by Siddharth Sengupta, Janhvi is shooting for the same. Currently, a video of Janhvi Kapoor along with a gang of kids from the sets of Good Luck Jerry is going viral on social media. In the video, Janhvi is seen sitting and surrounded by a bunch of kids who are screaming 'Good Luck Jerry'. How cute! Also, Janhvi's smile in the video will definitely steal your heart.

Earlier, in an interview with us, talking about promoting her film 'Roohi' during COVID-19, Janhvi said, "We are asking people to come to the theatre to see Roohi. If we ask them to do so while sitting at home, why would they listen to our request? Covid is not going away anywhere. We have to continue with our lives while taking all necessary precautions."

Apart from Good Luck Jerry, Janhvi has also signed Dostana 2. The actress will be seen sharing screen space with Kartik Aaryan and Lakshya Lalwani in the same. Other than that, Janhvi will also be seen in the Hindi remake of the Malayalam hit Helen.




Image Source:Instagram/JanhviKapoor

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