Karan Johar has shared Sanjay Kapoor and Maheep Kapoor’s daughter, Shanaya Kapoor’s first advert movie on Instagram. The video reveals Shanaya as a mannequin, who can not eat spaghetti with out making a large mess.
The advert is for a hair straightener model. Shanaya is carrying a vibrant outfit with a Miss Perfect sash on her. She is given a bowl of spaghetti to eat gracefully for the digicam. However, she throws the fork away and eats her meal by hand, letting the sauce drip on her face and hair.
Sharing the advert, Karan Johar wrote on Instagram, “Oh my god, @shanayakapoor02! Your hair looks gorgeous. But are you sure you have seen a bowl of spaghetti before? Thank you for this gem @the_misfit_way!” Shanaya, Maheep and Sanjay all left coronary heart emojis on Karan’s submit.
Shanaya is a a part of Karan’s Dharma Cornerstone Agency. Announcing her partnership with Dharma, Karan had shared in March, “Another beautiful addition to our growing @dcatalent family! Welcome to the #DCASquad, @shanayakapoor02. Her enthusiasm, perseverance and diligence is so amazing to see. Join us in showering your love & blessings as she begins her first film with @DharmaMovies, this July!”
Shanaya as labored as assistant director on her cousin, actor Janhvi Kapoor’s film Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl. Sanjay had beforehand confirmed that she is going to be part of the movie business however was ready for the proper venture.
He even spoke about why she didn’t go to appearing faculty. “Shanaya told me that going there (film school) would be a waste of three years and reasoned that most attend classes for three days and party for the rest of the week,” Sanjay instructed Mumbai Mirror in 2019.
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Speaking with SpotboyE, Sanjay stated, “She is been wanting to be an actress for a very, very long time. This line is such that you learn with your own experience, having said that, she knows I am gonna be right behind her. Honestly, I feel every individual should grow on their own and it’s better that she learns from her own mistakes and experience. This way she will enjoy her journey much more rather than I hold her hand for everything,” he stated.