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‘Rajesh Khanna would drive away, women would put sand in their maang’: Janhvi Kapoor says they ‘wouldn’t do it for anyone today’

Actor Janhvi Kapoor reacted to the assertion that ‘Bollywood celeb worship tradition’ is useless on this age of social media stardom. The actor stated that her father, producer Boney Kapoor, has instructed her tales about what true stardom was like again within the day, and that this shift in tradition may encourage filmmakers to deal with tales and never stars.

In an interview with Galatta Plus, Janhvi was requested what she thinks in regards to the declare that ‘everyone is a star on this age of Instagram’ and that ‘individuals preserve transferring on’. She stated, “I feel it’s correct. However I don’t assume it’s a nasty factor in any respect. Individuals preserve saying that they wish to grow to be stars, however your occupation is to be an actor. There was a section in our cinema the place aspirational icons and aspirational cinema actually… I keep in mind papa telling me tales about how Rajesh Khanna’s automobile would drive away and girls would take the sand and put it of their maang. I don’t assume they’d do this for anybody immediately.”

Janhvi emphasised that this isn’t a nasty factor. She added, “Our job description is to inform tales, to maneuver individuals with our performances. I feel that that may be divorced from our persona… I feel the one dent that this may trigger in our business is that the opening {that a} star assured may not be the identical. Which is nice, as a result of it would encourage individuals to get off their a**es to put in writing movies which are compelling, versus simply saying, ‘Acha, yeh hero hai, movie ko itne finances mein bana denge, do gaane daal denge, opening toh mil jayegi‘.”

Janhvi made her appearing debut with the 2018 movie Dhadak. She has since starred in Zoya Akhtar’s movie within the anthology Ghost Tales, the battle drama Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Woman, the horror comedy Roohi, the crime comedy Good Luck Jerry and most not too long ago, the survival thriller Mili. Up subsequent, she’ll be seen reverse Varun Dhawan in director Nitesh Tiwari’s Bawaal.

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