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Janhvi Kapoor, who is still coming to terms with the loss of her mother Sridevi, has immersed herself in her work and resumed shooting her upcoming film 'Dhadak'. The star kid, who recently turned 21, was spotted on the sets in a rather pensive mood as she shot a scheduled sequence.Dressed in a simple olive green saree and hair neatly tied up in a pony tail, she filmed a scene by the window. 'Dhadak' which marks Janhvi's Bollywood debut, is a remake of the superhit Marathi film 'Sairat'.Helmed by Shashank Khaitan, the film also marks the Bollywood debut of Ishaan Khatter.It was on Thursday that Janhvi's father Boney Kapoor performed the 'Asthi Visarjan' ritual and offered prayers for his late wife and veteran actress in Haridwar. Brother Anil Kapoor, designer Manish Malhotra, Amar Singh and other family members were present by the grieving husband's side at the VIP ghat in Haridwar, Uttarakhand while he performed the ritual.
hanvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter will be seen together in the movie 'Dhadak', which is the remake of 'Sairat'. One of the highlights of the Marathi film was the super energetic number 'Zingaat' and it looks like the makers of 'Dhadak' have decided to retain the song for the remake as well.According to reports, a Hindi version of 'Zingaat' is currently being shot. Moreover, Farah Khan is choreographing the song along with the leads and adding a new spin to the song as the original had freestyle dancing. Other than the choreography, the lyrics and the name of the song will also be changed, keeping the original music intact. Seeing the crazy popularity 'Zingaat' enjoyed, this rendition could very act as a highlight for 'Dhadak'.
Karan Johar’s ‘Dhadak’ which is reportedly a remake of Marathi super hit film ‘Sairat’, has been hitting the headlines ever since its announcement, mainly because of the fresh new names attached to the film, Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter.Right from the time the first looks of the film were released, people have been going gung-ho about the super sizzling chemistry of the young debutantes. Karan, today, once again took to his Twitter handle to share a new poster of the film featuring Ishaan and Janhvi. The poster has a candid picture of the Khatter boy who has his arms wrapped around Janhvi while she looks elsewhere. The poster also has the film’s release date mentioned on it.Captioning his post, Karan wrote, “#6monthstoDHADAK #dhadak releasing 20th JULY 2018! Directed by @ShashankKhaitan and PRESENTING #janhvi and #Ishaan @DharmaMovies @ZeeStudios_ @apoorvamehta18.”
Helmed by Shashank Khaitan, ‘Dhadak’ stars debutants Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter. The film is making the right noise as fans are excited to see the two newbies and alleged lovebirds romance onscreen.On Wednesday, team ‘Dhadak’ wrapped up their Jaipur shooting schedule. The film's production house took to Instagram to share pictures of the team wrapping up the shoot in style. The entire team is all smiles for the camera with a giant wheel in the backdrop.Janhvi Kapoor also posted a picture of herself with Ishaan and the team facing the other side wearing black hoodies with their names written on their back.'Dhadak' is scheduled to release in July 2018.
‘Dhadak’, which marks the Bollywood debut of Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter, reportedly hit a roadblock when filming in Jaipur was allegedly stalled. According to reports doing the rounds, the shoot was called off on Friday, because of protests by local residents. A police complaint was also allegedly filed by a local who claimed that one of the crew’s vans hit the roof of the Ambikeshwar Mahadev Temple and damaged it.While filming was cancelled on Friday, the makers cited the reason to be the director’s ill health.Reports suggest that the matter has been resolved, with a compensation given to the temple authorities.
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