Actress Janhvi Kapoor is all set for her next project, titled Good Luck Jerry. The actor has shared the first poster of his upcoming film, which looks great. The film is scheduled to release on July 29 on Disney + Hotstar. One of the posters shows him with a nose ring and a pistol in his hand. In another poster, she is seen hiding from someone.
Jahnvi Kapoor shared two posters.
Sharing two posters on Instagram, Janhvi Kapoor wrote, “I’m out on a new adventure; Good Luck won’t speak #GoodLuckJerry Streaming from July 29 on @disneyplushotstar.” She is a little scared in a poster and is seen holding a pistol. She has put a small dot on the nose ring and forehead. In one picture, half of his face is visible. Fans are commenting fiercely on this poster of him.
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Commenting on this picture of Janhvi, Varun Dhawan commented, Best of luck, ma’am. Another user wrote You are looking fantastic. Another user wrote, ‘You are such an extraordinary, beautiful, charming and utterly jovial woman. Always a huge fan.’ Fans are constantly sharing fire and heart emojis on this picture. His look is liked a lot, and fans are excited about this film.
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Directed by Siddharth Sengupta, Good Luck Jerry stars Janhvi Kapoor in the lead role of Jerry. The film also stars Deepak Dobriyal, Meeta Vashisht, Neeraj Sood and Sushant Singh. It is a black comedy and a remake of the 2018 Tamil film Kolamavu Kokila.
Janhvi Kapoor’s upcoming movie
Janhvi Kapoor also has Nitesh Tiwari’s upcoming directorial film Bawal opposite Varun Dhawan. She is working on the movie Mr and Mrs Mahi, in which she plays the role of a cricketer. His father, Boney Kapoor’s production Mili is also in the pipeline. It stars Janhvi and Manoj Pahwa as daughter and father. She is opposite Sunny Kaushal in the film.
Roles that excite me
Regarding her choice of films, Janhvi said in an interview with Filmfare, “I am just doing the kind of films that excite me, roles that excite me. I am pursuing certain things, and in the end, as an actor, you can only perform in those things for which you have been ultimately chosen. These films came together, and I am very grateful for that.”