In the eighth season of the popular talk show ‘Koffee with Karan,’ Bollywood’s beloved sister duo, Janhvi Kapoor and Khushi Kapoor made a remarkable appearance, bringing their unique charm to the famous couch. The episode was a delightful blend of humour and heartfelt moments, as the Kapoor sisters shared insights into their personal lives. Host Karan Johar navigated the conversation through various topics, including the profound impact of losing a parent, which resonates deeply with Janhvi and Khushi.

Janhvi and Khushi Kapoor Share Heartfelt Moments

Janhvi opened up about a poignant memory involving her younger sister Khushi. She recalled a moment of intense grief, saying, “When I received that fateful call, I was in my room. Hearing Khushi’s cries from her room, I rushed in, overwhelmed with emotions. But the instant she saw me, her tears stopped. She comforted me, and since then, I haven’t seen her cry about it.” This touching anecdote highlighted the strength and support the sisters have provided each other.

Khushi, reflecting on their mother Sridevi’s passing, shared her initial struggle to process the loss. “I felt the need to be strong for everyone, as I’ve always perceived myself as the resilient one,” she said. Janhvi and their father, Boney Kapoor, were pivotal in helping her navigate the challenging period.

Kapoor Sisters Reflect On Personal Loss

Janhvi also spoke about the similarities between Khushi and their late mother Sridevi. “Khushi is usually reserved, akin to our mother. However, she’s incredibly expressive in front of the camera,” Janhvi observed, highlighting a trait Khushi shares with Sridevi.


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The iconic actress Sridevi, a legendary figure in Indian cinema, tragically passed away on February 24, 2018, in Dubai. On the professional front, Janhvi is gearing up for her upcoming film ‘Mr. and Mrs. Maahi’ with RajKummar Rao. Additionally, she’s set to appear in the Pan-India film ‘Devara’ alongside Jr NTR and Saif Ali Khan. Khushi, meanwhile, made her mark in Zoya Akhtar’s ‘The Archies’, showcasing her acting prowess.