The rumor mill surrounding Janhvi Kapoor and Shikhar Pahariya continues to spin as the duo was recently seen returning from a New Year’s vacation along with Khushi Kapoor and Boney Kapoor. Their frequent appearances together have ignited whispers of a potential romance brewing between the two, keeping the gossip columns abuzz.
This sighting comes after previous instances of the pair being spotted together, including a notable visit to the Tirupati temple in Tirumala, Andhra Pradesh, back in April 2023. Their joint spiritual excursion raised eyebrows and triggered speculation about their alleged relationship. Now, as the alleged couple returned from a New Year getaway, their togetherness at the airport upon arrival has once again fueled curiosity.
Videos captured Janhvi Kapoor exiting a private airport, slipping into a car, accompanied by her sister Khushi Kapoor and father Boney Kapoor in another vehicle. Shortly after, Shikhar Pahariya was spotted leaving the same airport in his lavish luxury car, adding more fodder to the ongoing rumors surrounding their equation.
Earlier instances of social media interaction between Janhvi and Shikhar have also stirred interest. Shikhar’s response to Janhvi’s comment on a video, initially writing ‘I’m all yours’ before deleting it, has added intrigue to their relationship status.Amidst these speculations, Janhvi Kapoor has been diligently occupied with her professional commitments. Following her appearance alongside Varun Dhawan in “Bawaal,” she has been filming for “Mr. & Mrs. Mahi” and is reportedly set to star in Telugu language projects like “Devara” and “Ulajh.”

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