Janhvi Kapoor struggles to change clothes in a car, as she ditches glamorous look for casual outfit. See pics
- Janhvi Kapoor gave a glimpse of her hilarious struggle to change clothes in a car as she took a flight right after the promotions of Roohi. See photos.
Janhvi Kapoor took to Instagram to share behind-the-scenes pictures from her ‘relaxed day’, as she went from glamorous to casual. In one of the photos, she was seen struggling as she changed her outfit in a car, after the promotions of Roohi. She wrote in her caption, “it was a relaxed day,” along with upside-down smileys.
The first two images featured Janhvi posing in a strapless top with an oversized bow and a sequined mini skirt. In the third picture, she was seen struggling to change into jeans in a car, on the way to the airport. The last photo saw her sitting in a plane, wearing distressed jeans and a long-sleeved white top, flashing a peace sign to the camera.
Fans took to the comments section to drop heart-eyes, heart and fire emojis. Many also expressed their excitement for Roohi, which is scheduled for a theatrical release on Thursday.
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Janhvi plays the diverse characters of Roohi and Afza in the horror-comedy, which is directed by Hardik Mehta, and also stars Rajkummar Rao and Varun Sharma. “It was so exciting to do it and I really thought it would open me up and be very liberating as an actor. I felt like I would hopefully grow a lot from the experience and add something to it as well. I hope that I have done that,” she told Hindustan Times.
While Janhvi did not have any reference point for Afza, she watched horror films such as The Exorcism of Emily Rose. “But that was just to get the tonality, what I can possibly do with my body, what it is like to be in this kind of zone and project that kind of energy,” she said. “For Roohi, the writers and I decided that it would be cool if she has a kind of stutter every time she is scared, so I saw a lot of videos and films on that.”