"I did it for my dad."
Bollywood star kid Khushi Kapoor, who is beloved late actress Sridevi’s daughter made her Instagram profile public on December 23, 2020.
Khushi is the daughter of Sridevi and Bollywood actor Boney Kapoor, the sister of actor Arjun Kapoor and actress Jahnvi Kapoor.
Jahnvi is a recent entrant in Bollywood, having made her debut with Dhadak (2018).
Khushi Kapoor’s verified Instagram profile has already reached 100K followers.
Her Instagram profile has fed the fodder of Bollywood junkies with so far unseen pictures of Khushi with various famous family members.
Khushi Kapoor posted a gorgeous picture with sister Jahnvi Kapoor from Diwali 2020 captioned:
“Srry for the excessive Diwali pics, I’m done now.”
Khushi shared a childhood throwback picture with late mother Sridevi in 2020.
The deceased actress was reported dead in February 2018, after she was found unconscious in her bathtub.
Sridevi has since then been a dearly missed member of the Bollywood fraternity.
Khushi took her to wish her elder half-brother Arjun Kapoor on his birthday with a glamorous picture of the duo.
She captioned the image:
“Happy bdayyy Arjun bhaiya. thank u for looking out for all of us and loving us unconditionally. love u.”
Khushi shared a never before seen adorable picture of Bollywood star couple Sridevi and Boney Kapoor on her Instagram handle in early 2020.
Khushi Kapoor is allegedly still completing her studies at a film school after which she plans on continuing with her family’s Bollywood legacy.
Khushi and Jahnvi Kapoor are actor Boney Kapoor’s children from his second wife Sridevi.
Whereas, Arjun and Anshula Kapoor are Boney’s children from his first wife, Mona Kapoor.
The family dynamics of the Bollywood family have been a topic of consternation in the entertainment industry’s gossip circles for years.
It is alleged that the four half-siblings shared a strained bond which has improved only after actress Sridevi’s passing.
Speaking of his family in an interview Arjun Kapoor as stated:
“You cannot just start believing that things are hunky-dory and absolutely normal.
“You have to discover each other and spend time with each other.
“We have been very lucky that we got time to spend, whether it was Janhvi or Khushi, and also we’ve had our own individual spaces.
“Because we are not living together, we are not in each other’s faces.
“This allows us to get to know each other at a steady pace. I am very happy that I have them in my life. I did it for my dad.”