Fashion designer Manish Malhotra was a very close friend of late actor, Sridevi. After her demise, Sridevi and Boney Kapoor’s daughters, Janhvi Kapoor and Khushi Kapoor have become pally with the celebrated fashion designer and can be often seen hanging out with each other.
It was not only Kareena Kapoor and her girl gang who bid farewell to the weekend in style. Janhvi, Khushi and Manish Malhotra got together on Saturday (July 24) for a dinner party. Photos from their low-key dinner party have gone viral on social media.
Manish Malhotra took to his Instagram and shared photos of the trio. Janhvi Kapoor was dressed in a beige top and brown pants and rocked the no-makeup look while Khushi wore a brown shirt and blue jeans. The sisters smiled as they posed next to Manish, who was dressed in a white shirt.
While sharing the photos, Manish wrote, “Saturday night at home dinner with the favourites @janhvikapoor @khushi05k the gorgeous two.”
Reacting to the photo, Khushi dropped hearts in the comments section. Fans also complimented and showered praises on the trio. “I love their bond,” said one user with a heart emoji while another commented, “the sisters are glowing.” A third user wrote, “Sooo cuteee,” while a fourth one commented, “Three most favourite.”
On the work front, Janhvi, who made her Bollywood debut with ‘Dhadak’ (2018) against Ishaan Khatter, was last seen in ‘Roohi’. Janvi will next be seen in ‘Dostana 2’ and ‘Good Luck Jerry’.
On the other hand, Manish Malhotra is all set to make his directorial debut in Bollywood. The movie with be produced by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions.
Meanwhile, just like her sister Janhvi and brother Arjun Kapoor, Khushi Kapoor also wants to establish a career in acting and will be making her Bollywood debut soon. In an earlier interview, Boney Kapoor told Bombay Times, “Yes, Khushi is also keen on acting. You will hear an announcement soon. I have the resources, but I would rather have someone else launch her because I am her father and one tends to get indulgent. You can’t afford to do that as a filmmaker and nor is it good for the actor. Anil (Kapoor) was still an established actor, so it didn’t affect him much, but I think I became an indulgent brother with Sanjay (Kapoor) when he made his entry into films.”