Sanjay Kapoor and Maheep Kapoor's daughter Shanaya Kapoor is all set to make her debut in Bollywood. For the uninitiated, earlier today, Karan Johar took to his Instagram handle and introduced Shanaya Kapoor as his new talent and revealed that her debut film will go on floors in July. Not much is revealed about her upcoming debut project. Ever since the announcement, Shanaya has been getting trolled left, right and centre by netizens on social media. One Twitter user wrote, "So easy for star kids with decent looks to become actors man," another user wrote, "Critical case of nepotism." However, many gave her a warm welcome. From daddy Sanjay Kapoor, Janhvi Kapoor, Ananya Panday to Karisma Kapoor, many sent their notes of love and showed excitement over her upcoming project.
Navya Naveli Nanda also took to her Instagram and showed her support for her bestie. Sharing the video on her Instagram stories, Navya wrote, "She's HERE!!!!! (purple heart emojis)". Navya and Shanaya share an amazing friendship. The duo often treat fans with their pictures and every photo speaks volumes about their bond.
Shanaya shared the video on her Instagram and wrote, "Woke up today with the most grateful heart! Here's to a great journey ahead with the @dcatalent family. Excited to kickstart my FIRST FILM (ahhh!!) this July by @dharmamovies, can't wait for you all to see what we're up to! Stay tuned! #DCASquad." Suhana Khan dropped a comment on her besties post. She wrote, "Yayy", Ananya shared the video on her Instagram stories and wrote, "My baby girl..Kill it Shanicakes."
Shanaya's Bollywood debut has been the talk of the town for a long time. Now finally, she is going to make her debut soon and fans are eagerly waiting for it. Shanaya is very popular and enjoys a great fan base on social media. From selfies to stunning pictures from her photoshoots, Shanaya's social media posts are a treat to her fans.
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