Janhvi Kapoor Says I Love You From New York, Ishaan Khatter's Reaction To It Is twisted
Janhvi Kapoor is currently enjoying her stay in New York. She is there to meet her sister Khushi Kapoor who recently took off to the States to study. Now, Janhvi’s Insta feed is all about loving New York, but here’s Ishaan Khatter having an interesting take on her picture
Janhvi Kapoor who has been shooting for her film based on Gujan Saxena has taken a short break and flown off to New York. She is there to spend some quality time with sister Khushi Kapoor, who is in NYC to study. Of course, vacations call for some fabulous pictures. Janhvi recently posted a picture and received a very funny comment from rumoured boyfriend Ishaan Khatter. The picture shared has her getting drenched in a fountain along with a friend.
Dressed in black shorts and shinny hoody, Janhvi can be seen laughing her heart out in all the images. It looks like she is in the Central Park of New York City. Khushi can’t be seen in the pictures but Janhvi seems to have the company of another friend. She has captioned the picture as, “New York, I love you.” The pictures are so cute that they instantly called for a reaction from her friends in the industry. A lot of stars like Rhea Kapoor dropped in hearts but the best comment came from Ishaan Khatter. He commented, “Our floods are better than theirs”. LOL! With Mumbai rains still annoying the shit out of Mumbaikars, his comment is indeed funny!
Janhvi and Ishaan together made her Bollywood debut with Dhadak. Since then reports of these two being a couple are making it to the headlines. Though we don’t get to seem them together often, they do indulge in social media banter once in a while.
On the work front, Janhvi has Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl in her kitty while Ishaan Khatter will next be seen in Khaali Peeli along with Ananya Panday.
Image Source: Instagram/janhvikapoor
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