Janhvi Kapoor gives an accurate impression of a barking dog and isn't scared to show it off to you. She demonstrated the talent in a video interview, and as one might expect, it was widely joked about (and occasionally mocked) online. Emo Bois of India, a page well-known for publishing various dubious activities carried out by users on TikTok and other video-sharing websites, posted a clip of Janhvi and even classified it as "Ananya's competition." However, Janhvi demonstrated that she isn't embarrassed to poke fun at herself.
For your reference, here is the clip, one Instagram user wrote in response to "Puppy matlab kutte ka baccha na." One more remarked, "Female isshowspeed." One person made a joke about it being "Bone"y Kapoor's daughter. Janhvi posted it to her Instagram stories and turned it into a meme. It's the one that begins, "No one:," followed by, "Me:." Despite all the "nepo baby" criticism she receives online, Janhvi seems to be maintaining her sense of humour.
Recently, a New York Magazine article on celebrities who are "nepo babies," or persons with one or both parents having great privilege or connections, sparked debate. The term's origins may be located in a tweet sent by a Twitter user who learned that Maude Apatow from the movie Euphoria was a "nepotism baby" in the article that discussed the cultural fixation with the aforementioned group of people. With the recent crop of "star kids" like Janhvi Kapoor, Ananya Panday, Sara Ali Khan, and others, Bollywood is obviously not in any way behind Hollywood when it comes to stars hailing from famous families. The ironic Bollywood cover for the New York Magazine created by Instagram user DietSabya features the famous children's heads positioned opposite baby torsos.
The last time we saw Janhvi, she was in the Netflix original survival thriller Mili. Janhvi's next role will be opposite Varun Dhawan in Bawaal which will be helmed by Nitesh Tiwari. In the upcoming movie Mr. and Mrs. Mahi, the actress stars alongside Rajkummar Rao.