Janhvi Kapoor has been making headlines for her rumoured relationship with Shikhar Pahariya. The two have been spotted together several times, however, neither Janhvi nor Shikhar have confirmed or denied their relationship. She has now finally revealed if she is dating Shikhar or not.
Janhvi and her sister Khushi Kapoor will be seen gracing the ‘Koffee’ couch in the upcoming episode of Koffee with Karan season 8.During the course of the episode, Karan Johar asked Janhvi about her relationship with Shikhar.
“You have had an interesting path of love, you were dating Shikhar, and then you dated someone else and now you are dating Shikhar again. True or False?” Karan asked.
To this, Janhvi replied, “I won’t say that but I will say this, he is, not just for me, but for her (Khushi), for dad and everyone in our family, he has been there from the start as a friend. Not in a way that made me feel like he is expecting anything or he is a pushover or any of those things. He was just there in a very selfless dignified way and in a way that I have not seen many men capable of being there for another human being.”

Janhvi Kapoor almost CONFIRMS dating Shikhar Pahariya on ‘Koffee with Karan’

Later, during the Rat Race segment, Karan asked Janhvi to name three people on her speed dial and with her answer, she confirmed that she is dating Shikhar Pahariya.

Karan said, “Name three people on your speed-dial list.” Janhvi replied, “Papa, Khushu and Shiku.” Then, she quickly realised that she had mentioned Shikhar Pahariya and her reaction left Karan and Khushi in splits.
Karan also asked Khushi about Janhvi’s past relationships. Janhvi asked Khushi to say, “I have only dated three boys and we stick to that.”

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