Only Janhvi Kapoor is dancing on Mr. and Mrs. Mahi song Dekha Tenu. Auri sends big love

Just Janhvi Kapoor Dancing To Mr & Mrs Mahi Song Dekha Tenu. Orry Sends Big Love

An image Instagrammed by Janhvi Kapoor. (Etiquette: Janhvi Kapoor,

Janhvi Kapoor She is taking the right note for her upcoming film Shri Smt. know- One post at a time. On Thursday, Janhvi Kapoor shared a reel in which she can be seen dancing to the song. Dekha Tenu Which was released on Wednesday. Janhvi is seen in a pastel colored Anarkali Move like magic in the video. Janhvi’s BFF Ori wrote in the comments section, “Beauty, grace represents all Indian states.” One fan wrote, “The best.” Another fan commented, “Beautyul.” While sharing the video, Janhvi wrote, “Dekha Tenu suits me perfectly.” See here:

Dekha Tenu This is a new take on the evergreen track ‘Se Shawa Shawa’ from Karan Johar’s 2001 film ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham’. The original song (Se Shawa Shawa) was composed by Adesh Srivastava, lyrics were by Sameer Anjan and sung by Udit Narayan. The new rendition is composed and written by Jani and sung by Mohammad Faiz. See here:

Mr. Trailer of the movie. & Mrs. Mahi was released a few days ago. The film revolves around the love story of Janhvi and Rajkumma with a high dose of drama and emotions. In the trailer, failed cricketer Rajkumar decides to coach his wife Mahi (played by Janhvi) after discovering his skills in the game. Sharing the trailer, Rajkummar Rao wrote, “It’s more than just a story… It’s a journey of self-discovery, overcoming obstacles and clearing doubts out of the park, when chasing your dream leads to an imperfectly perfect partnership.” See here:

Directed by Sharan Sharma, who made his debut with Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl, Mr. & Mrs. Mahi is the second collaboration between Janhvi Kapoor and Rajkummar Rao. Earlier they worked together in the horror comedy ‘Ruhi’. Originally slated for an April release, the sports drama will now hit theaters on May 31, 2024.

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