Things We Learn About Jhanvi Kapoor From ‘Quarantine Tapes’

The lockdown has given us the opportunity to know our favorite Bollywood stars beyond the screen.

Things We Learn About Jhanvi Kapoor From ‘Quarantine Tapes’
Jhanvi Kapoor in Quarantine Tapes

The coronavirus pandemic has made a lot of celebrities share glimpses of their lives under lockdown as they are all in quarantine. While some our taking the creative root, others are getting close to their fans by sharing their lives.

One such celebrity is Bollywood actor Jhanvi Kapoor. Since the lockdown has been imposed, the 23-year-old actor has been sharing goofy and cute videos on her social media platform.

We can see the Dhadak star either annoying her younger sister Khushi Kapoor or sharing throwback videos of her dance classes.


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In a video recently posted on her Instagram, we are told ‘Who is Jhanvi Kapoor?’ by the star herself in the Quarantine Tape series started by content creator Pearl Malik.

Here are all the things we learnt about the star:

Her friends think she is like a Chameleon.

The video opens with Jhanvi saying that she is a little bit of everyone, her mother Sridevi, father Boney Kapoor and sister Khushi. She is a different thing at different points in the day and says, “my friends think I am like a Chameleon.”

She should give more time to her father.

Being a Bollywood actors comes with the cost of staying away from your family and the young actors acknowledges that and says that her father is alone and thinks she “should give more time to him.”

She has gotten more confident by staying home.

While the lockdown has put everything at halt, Jhanvi says that somehow “I have gotten more confident after spending all this time with myself because maybe I know myself a little better (now).”

She wants people to be better after the pandemic ends.

Jhanvi believes that people should consider themselves lucky if they have the luxury to stay at home with their family and not worry about surviving. This should make them “be better somehow after this whole thing ends.”  

You can watch the full video here: