Posted on January 30, 2017 at 7:47 PM
Sridevi’s daughters Khushi and Jhanvi Kapoor have already started to follow their mother’s footstep for being the most stylish in the industry. The mother-daughter trio was recently clicked at the airport in their most chic ensembles. The sisters have the unique fashion style with Kendal-Kylie feel to their personal choices.
Both the sisters have been rocking the airport look for quite a while and paparazzi’s leave no stone unturned to capture these two pretty girls. The girls have close relations with the famous Indian designer Manish Malhotra and soon Jhanvi will be making her debut in Bollywood.
Going by the recent airport look for Kapoor ladies, let’s review each one starting with fabulous looking mother Sridevi Kapoor. The actress wore a denim palazzo with a white short. She kept her style very simple with catty sunnies and straight hair to finish the look. The style is very simple, chic and needs very fewer efforts and perfect for go to moments.
Moving on to youngest Kapoor daughter, Khushi who is known for her eccentric style. She donned a casual relaxed white t-shirt with a black skirt and finished her overall look with old school boy shoes. The look completely personifies her dressing sense with no-fuss.
The elder sister Jhanvi wore a striped crop top flaunting the toned midriff along with black trousers. She chose white shoes and oversized shades and bag to complete the look and despite the fact that she did not wear any makeup, she looked glorious. As per the reports, Jhanvi will be making her debut with DharmaProductions and all set to do Sairaat’s Hindi remake to be produced by KJo banner. Though there are no confirmations received for the same, but there have been rumours of training and grooming sessions as Kapoor’s residence for quite a while.
Here’s the entire Kapoor family at the airport a few months back. We have to say, all three ladies of Mr Kapoor are amazingly beautiful and stylish in their own way. We cannot wait to see these two beautiful ladies making their presence felt on the silver screen.