Actor Janhvi Kapoor recently released her movie Bawaal with Varun Dhawan. Since the release of the film, Janhvi is getting immense love and appreciation from fans and critics for her performance. Seeing so much love coming on her way, Janhvi penned a beautiful note, thanking fans for their love. While sharing the thank you note, Kapoor also shared some pictures from the movie, featuring Varun Dhawan.
Janhvi Kapoor pens a thank you note for fans
The Good Luck Jerry actor said all these feelings are worth it as she said, “Your love has been #Bawaal. Nisha ko apnane ke liye, Ajju ko sudharne ke liye, humari kahaani aur kaam ko itna pyaar dene ke liye- thank you. In this race to create a perception, to compete for things and for some sort of validation- some of us are lost. And sometimes what we feel are the biggest problems, are really only our minds not allowing us to value what we have.
“In light of the inhuman hardships that were faced by so many through a period of history, maybe we can learn that life is fleeting. That our problems are trivial, what matters is not what you have but what you are. Sometimes we forget to value the simplest of things till we loose it, only to realise that was our one shot at true happiness. That is the heart of our #bawaal. To see so many of you having these feelings after watching our film, makes everything worth it.“
Varun Dhawan also penned a note for fans
Earlier, even Varun who played Ajju shared a note on his Instagram. He wrote, “Ajju bhaiya ne Mahual bana diya. Thank u for giving bawaal a place In Your heart. I have never received so many calls for any film of mine. The impact this film is having on people is incredible. It’s a conversation starter about the fake image industry and how today we are all in someway slaves to this ideology. Thank u for watching and enjoying Ajju and his family. You are #bawaal”
Directed by Nitesh Tiwari, Bawaal starring Varun and Janhvi is now streaming on Amazon Prime.
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