Anyone having a sibling would agree with me when I say that having a sister is like having a best friend and an arch-enemy at the same time. And this “Tale of Two Sisters”, Jhanvi and Khushi Kapoor isn’t any different. Being 4 years apart, and in spite all the intense sibling rivalry, Khushi and Jhanvi continue to be one of the most celebrated sisters in the history of all siblings in Bollywood.
Not only do they manage to surprise us with their most trending fashion styling or the exquisite way in which they present themselves; but also, the family values shown and shared by them on every occasion, in every event and on every platform. It holds true even in the highly competitive field of Bollywood; blood is in fact thicker than water.
Such a reminiscent moment was shared by both the sisters recently when in spite of this highly hectic COVID times both the sisters got together to share a moment of love and laughter. They posted a funny picture, which brought a smile on all our faces, reminding us to fall the warm sisterly love that we al miss.
Jhanvi, who we all know so well for her role as the leading character in the movie “Dhadak”, regularly takes some time off to spend with her family and friends. After the sad demise of their mother, the leading Bollywood actress, Shridevi, the bond between both the sisters has done nothing but grow. They went from the darkness to become the most-talked-about sisters in Bollywood.
It is a well-known fact that they often get together with their friends for catching up, or often have again bonding time especially during festivals with their family. Despite having a little strained familial relationship they are always there for each other and never leave each other’s hand.
Jhanvi’s sister turned photographer, Khushi often poses and clicks. The sisters often share a resilient Instagram post here and there; for the eagerly waiting audience.
Very different from her sister with almost no plans of getting into acting, Khushi Kapoor prefers to have a quieter life away from the eyes of the media. Graduating from Dhirubhai Ambani International School, the 19-year-old hasn’t quite decided what the future holds for her.
In spite of being polar apart, what is commendable is the way both these siblings manage to maintain a strong bond and stand as firm pillars, always there for each other and their family. After all in this highly competitive world, the family is all that matters. Isn’t it?