This photo of Dhadak's Janhvi Kapoor and Sairat's Rinku Rajguru is heart-warming | Memsaab.com

Janhvi Kapoor made her big Bollywood debut with the Hindi remake of the Marathi smash hit, Sairat, alongside Ishaan Khatter. While the remake wasn't as massive a hit as the original, Janhvi still made a mark in the entertainment industry and now has multiple film projects in her kitty.

In a recent photo shared by Janhvi on Instagram, the actress can be seen posing with Sairat's actress Rinku Rajguru - the actress who made waves with her natural and relevant performance in her very first, equally relevant film.

In a recent photo shared by Janhvi on Instagram, the actress can be seen posing with Sairat's actress Rinku Rajguru - the actress who made waves with her natural and relevant performance in her very first, equally relevant film.
In This Image: Janhvi Kapoor
Rinku, who played the lead opposite newcomer Akash Thosar, charmed her way into the audiences' hearts with Sairat. Check out the photo shared by Janhvi Kapoor: While Janhvi Kapoor can be seen looking cool and casual in a tie-dye t-shirt and basic denim, Rinku was pretty in a navy blue salwar kameez in the photo. In fact, Rinku, too, shared the photo on her Instagram handle and wrote, "#sairatmetdhadak" Ishaan Khatter responded to Rinku's photo with a heart emoji.
 

Speaking about how mum Sridevi wanted a significant role for Janhvi's debut, the actress said, "Mom and I had a long discussion about Sairat [after we watched it at home]. She wanted a role like that for me and then Karan called."

Speaking about how mum Sridevi wanted a significant role for Janhvi's debut, the actress said,
She added, "I wanted to be honest to the part I was playing. Shashank helped me get the tone right. We went through multiple reading sessions before starting to shoot. The first day was fun. Shashank had established a safe haven for us and we were already feeling like a family. But I was nervous. I didn't sleep the night before we started rolling. We kicked off with Yaad Lagla [the song adapted from the original film]."