Janhvi Kapoor says she had an ‘ironic’ paranoia of losing her parents in childhood | Bollywood

Janhvi Kapoor has shared that she is still in the process of healing from her mother, the legendary actor Sridevi‘s passing in 2018. Recently, on “The Ranveer Show,” Janhvi admitted that she experienced a fear of losing her parents even when she was younger. (Also Read – Janhvi Kapoor dismisses marriage rumors with Shikhar Pahariya: ‘I want to work’)

Janhvi Kapoor reveals she had a fear of losing her parents Sridevi and Boney Kapoor during her childhood

What Janhvi shared“It’s so ironic that I always had a fear of losing my parents, even back then (childhood). Whenever they’d attend events late at night or travel for more than a day without me… Little things like them shopping at duty-free (stores at the airport) and I’m left with the nanny, I would always think, ‘I don’t know if they’ll catch the flight, I don’t know if they’ll return home.’ Occasionally, I’d go into their room to check if they were there. It’s so bizarre. There was this strange fear,” Janhvi stated. When probed if she still experiences that, Janhvi responded, “I don’t know. Maybe. I don’t think I’m anxiously attached to anyone at the moment. But yeah, there was a very intense fear. Which is ironic.” Janhvi also mentioned how people rarely discuss caring for their elderly parents. She expressed that at this point in her life, she feels grown-up and views her father as a child. She added that she is almost obsessed with him. About Janhvi‘s parents Janhvi was born in 1997 to actor Sridevi and film producer Boney Kapoor. She also has a younger sister, Khushi Kapoor, born in 2000. Sridevi passed away accidentally just days before Janhvi was supposed to make her Bollywood debut with Shashank Khaitan‘s 2018 romantic drama “Dhadak.” She has frequently discussed seeking external validation from audiences and critics because she could never know her mother’s thoughts on her debut film. Janhvi will next appear in “Mr & Mrs Mahi,” “Devara: Part 1,” “Ulajh,” “Sunny Sanskari Ki Tulsi Kumari,” and Suriya‘s upcoming project, marking her Tamil debut. She will also debut in Telugu cinema with “Devara.” She was last featured in Nitesh Tiwari‘s “Bawaal,” co-starring Varun Dhawan, last year.

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