Janhvi & Khushi Reach Delhi Along With Father Boney Kapoor To Receive Sridevi’s National Film Award

Boney Kapoor along with daughters Janhvi and Khushi arrived Delhi last night to receive Sridevi’s National Film Award. The ceremony will take place tomorrow at Vigyan Bhavan...

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Janhvi & Khushi Reach Delhi Along With Father Boney Kapoor To Receive Sridevi’s National Film Award

The 65th National film Awards were announced last month and (Late) Sridevi was awarded the trophy for the Best Actress for Mom.

Last night, Boney Kapoor with his daughters Janhvi and Khushi, arrived in Delhi to accept the National Film Award. The ceremony will take place tomorrow at Vigyan Bhavan.

Boney Kapoor With Khushi And Janhvi Kapoor
Boney Kapoor Spotted At Delhi Airport With Daughters Khushi And Janhvi 

Boney Kapoor With Khushi And Janhvi Kapoor
Boney Kapoor Exits From Airport With Khushi And Janhvi Kapoor

Boney Kapoor With Khushi And Janhvi Kapoor
Boney, Janhvi & Khushi Kapoor Arrive Delhi 

Boney Kapoor With Khushi And Janhvi Kapoor
Boney With Daughters Arrive To Receive Sridevi's National Film Award

Boney Kapoor With Khushi And Janhvi Kapoor
Janhvi, Khushi & Boney Kapoor Head Towards The Exit

Announcing the award in April, Shekhar Kapur, who headed this year’s feature film jury, had told a section of media, “It was not because of the relationship we shared but because she (Sridevi) was the most deserving candidate for her portrayal in Mom.”

Kapur and had worked with Sridevi in Mr India (1987).

Boney took to social media and expressed his gratitude for the award.

The post read, “Thank you. I just wish she was here today to see this. We are overjoyed to know that the jury has conferred the best actor award to Sridevi for her performance in Mom. It’s a very special moment for all of us. She was always a perfectionist and it showed in all the 300 plus films she did. She was not just a super actor but a super wife and a super mom. It’s time to celebrate her life and her achievements. She is not with us today but her legacy will always live on.”