Janhvi Kapoor is a young actor who gets equal amounts of praise and criticism. Even though her achievements are often praised, her ties to nepotism make her a target for harsh criticism. Recently, she angered Internet users by being in a movie with Jr. NTR and saying she wanted to work with Ranbir Kapoor. Janhvi's choice of words was at the heart of the matter.
In an interview, Janhvi said that she wanted to work with Jr. NTR and that she also wanted to work with Ranbir Kapoor on a project. This suggests that they might work together in the future. Unfortunately, this seemingly harmless comment got a lot of attention on Reddit, where people criticised her for not being aware of how privileged she was.
Janhvi's comment, which said, "I manifested working with Jr. NTR, hope the next is Ranbir Kapoor." But Janhvi's original post also mentioned a lot of other names. Social media users, on the other hand, took this as a chance to make fun of her 'manifestation power.'
Someone said jokingly, "Kindly attach Nepo Certificate." Another user joked, "There are lots of ways to manifest, but all she does is use her dad's power."
More comments brought up the fact that star kids have a lot of advantages and implied that their powerful families could easily make their dreams come true. The idea of 'manifestation' was questioned because it didn't seem important for people with connections. One Internet user noticed that Janhvi had written down the names of directors like Neeraj Ghaywan, SLB, and Karan Johar who she would like to work with.
Concerned, a commenter hoped that Neeraj Ghaywan's project would not be given to Janhvi by Dharma Productions. When it came to working with Sanjay Leela Bhansali, the chances didn't look good for the near future.
Critics compared influence by wealthy people to the idea of manifestation, which made them think that manipulation was the new way to do things. Some people thought that people who believed in this idea were just good at public relations. Janhvi Kapoor will be in 'Devara' with Jr. NTR and also in 'Mr. and Mrs. Mahi' and 'Ulajh.'