Janhvi Kapoor is last to jump on the Maldives bandwagon, says ‘I fully get the hype’

Janhvi Kapoor

Janhvi Kapoor is last to jump on the Maldives bandwagon, says ‘I fully get the hype’

Bollywood actress Janhvi Kapoor was not too long ago papped at the airport after coming back from her New York trip however the vacation spot wasn’t identified. Now, we all know the place the Roohi actress is. She is at present holidaying in the Maldives and on Thursday she took to Instagram to submit a couple of of her trip footage. Sure! Janhvi grew to become the last one to jump on the Maldives bandwagon. Over the previous few months, a number of celebs together with Tiger Shroff, Disha Patani, Shraddha Kapoor, and extra have travelled to the island paradise. 

Taking to her Instagram deal with, Janhvi shared a couple of pictures from her vacay. She could be seen posing close to an infinity pool with a plate stuffed with meals as she enjoys having a gala time along with her gang. In one in all the images, the actress was seen having fun with the sundown whereas standing on a deck by the sea. Together with the footage, she wrote: “Last to get on the Maldives bandwagon however I fully get the hype.”

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Janhvi has been conserving her followers up to date along with her whereabouts on Instagram. She additionally posted a cute video of her using on the baggage trolley, calling it her “Shaahi sawari”.

In the meantime, Janhvi not too long ago travelled to New York. She shared glimpses of her outing with sister Khushi, who research movies there. Janhvi checked into her Instagram and shared some lovely footage of the duo whereas spending a while collectively. Appears the two have been taking up New York with there gorgeous fashion assertion. 

On the skilled entrance, Janhvi was last seen in ‘Roohi’, produced by Dinesh Vijan and Mrighdeep Singh Lamba. The movie marked the first-ever collaboration of Rajkummar and Janhvi. The horror-comedy additionally grew to become the first movie to arrive in theatres after the authorities allowed cinema halls nationwide to function at full capability from February 1 with COVID-19 security protocols put in place. 

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