Janhvi Kapoor drops frame-worthy snaps from her trip to France, designer Manish Malhotra reacts

Bollywood actress Janhvi Kapoor, who is the eldest daughter of filmmaker Boney Kapoor and the late legendary actress Sridevi, shared a stunning set of photos from her trip to France on her social media account on Friday. The diva treated her 17.1 million followers to some frame-worthy snaps and in no time, they started going viral.

Ever since her Bollywood debut in 2018 with director Shashank Khaitan’s ‘Dhadak’, she has managed to stay in the spotlight with her adorable posts. She is very active on the photo and video sharing platform and her growing Instafam is proof of that.

In the caption of her last post, the diva wrote “vive la france FR”, which translates to “Vive la France!”

In one of the snaps, Janhvi is seen posing in a pink kurta and beige coat. For accessories, she opted for oxidized silver jhumkas for the look. In another photo, she is seen posing next to the Eiffel Tower in a black top. Other snaps show the diva touring France’s famous tourist attractions.

Many fans complimented the actress in the comments section. While fashion designer Manish Malhotra and director Sharan Sharma also reacted to the post.

Manish added a beaming pink heart emoji to Janhvi’s post. And, Sharan commented, “Please explain picture 5. Best.”

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In cinema, Janhvi is currently filming for “Mr & Mrs Mahi”, with Rajkummar Rao. She is also currently filming for director Nitesh Tiwari “Bawaal”, alongside Varun Dhawan.

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