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Janhvi Kapoor meets Smriti Irani, irritates her by repeatedly calling her ‘aunty’

Actress Janhvi Kapoor met union textile minister Smriti Irani on Thursday, which rather turned out to be a hilarious experience. The minister, in a post, shared a picture from their meeting and mentioned that the young actor kept on calling her ‘aunty’ and apologising for the same.

“‘The someone shoot me’ moment —When #jahnvikapoor sweetly apologises for continuously calling you aunty & you say “ koi baat nahi beta “ #totalsiyapa ye Aaj kal ke bachche #auntykiskobola,” she wrote.

Seeing this, even Janhvi Kapoor liked the hilarious post as well. Moments after the post was uploaded, it went viral on social media.

 

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“The someone shoot me”moment —When #jahnvikapoor sweetly apologises for continuously calling you aunty & you say “ koi baat nahi beta “ #totalsiyapa ?‍♀️ye Aaj kal ke bachche #auntykiskobola ??‍♀️

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Smriti Irani keeps updating her own Instagram handle and she has shared funny posts and Bollywood memes to entertain her audience. However, her recent post which went viral was a scene from Kareena Kapoor’s movie -Jab We Met. “The ‘Take my advice, I don’t use it anyways’ tribe -You gave them a patient hearing in 2018, will ‘19 be the same!? ,” she captioned her post.

Janhvi Kapoor is slowly getting media attention now. She made her Bollywood debut previously this year with Ishaan Khatter in Dhadak. The film was a remake of Marathi super hit movie, Sairat. She will now be featured in Karan Johar’s directorial, Takht with the likes of Ranveer Singh, Vicky Kaushal, Kareena Kapoor, Alia Bhatt and others.

Janhvi was recently presented the “Arts Stjerneskudd” (Shooting Star of the Year) award by the Royal Norwegian Consulate in Mumbai previously this month. Talking on it, she added: “It is an honour to be present here as any form of appreciation makes me feel special and I would like to continue my good work to live up to the expectation (of audience). I will work hard.”

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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