"She has become a good friend."
Khushi Kapoor, who is all set for her Bollywood debut with Zoya Akhtar’s The Archies, took to her Instagram handle and shared mesmerising pictures of herself.
While Khushi looked stunning in a saree, what drew attention was a comment from Never Have I Ever’s Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, asking for Khushi’s hand in marriage.
Khushi dropped multiple pictures on social media and reacting in the comment section, Maitreyi wrote:
“Your hand in marriage pls and ty.”
Maitreyi Ramakrishnan stars as Devi Vishwakumar in the Netflix series Never Have I Ever, which recently wrapped up after four seasons.
The series followed the teenager after her father’s death, as she also tried to balance her competing interests of schoolwork and boys.
Replying to Maitreyi Ramakrishnan’s comment, Khushi wrote: “Ready when you are hahaha.”
Anjini Dhawan and Vedang Raina among others also praised the pictures.
Khushi Kapoor is known for her impeccable fashion sense and often shares pictures of herself.
She has been seen donning sarees on several occasions, looking absolutely stunning.
The actor is all set to play Betty Cooper in The Archies.
Zoya recently introduced the characters and Khushi’s description read:
“She might be the girl next door but she’s not one to be taken granted for…
“Meet Betty Cooper on The Archies, coming soon only on Netflix.”
The film also stars Agastya Nanda, Suhana Khan and Milhir Ahuja among others.
The 1960s coming-of-age musical is set in the fictional town of Riverdale, with the teaser of the film showing the cast of characters dancing around, appearing to be living their best lives.
Variety had previously announced that the Bollywood film will “reimagine the classic characters like Archie, Betty, Veronica, Reggie, Moose and Jughead as Indians and will feature all the classic elements of the hugely popular comic book series.”
Koel Purie, who is also a part of the film, recently opened up about working with Khushi, Suhana and others.
In an interview with Hindustan Times, she said: “Suhana will be helping me launch my book in Mumbai.
“She has become a good friend, as are Agastya, Khushi, and Vedang.
“It was really really fun to work with them. They are good kids.”
“I sound like such an aunty saying that! I am never an aunty, but these kids are very focused.
“They are extremely focused and know they have to work hard.
“Especially with these kids, the pressure that they have – coming from film families.”