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Janhvi Kapoor Excited to Resume Shooting for Jr NTR’s “Devara: Part 1”

Actor Janhvi Kapoor recently shared her anticipation for returning to the sets of “Devara: Part 1” through her Instagram post from Goa, where the shooting for the film is currently underway. The movie, directed by Koratala Siva, stars Jr NTR alongside Janhvi Kapoor.

In her Instagram story, Janhvi shared a picturesque sunset view from Goa, expressing her eagerness to portray her character, Thangam, once again in the film. She captioned the post, “Can’t wait to come back and be #Thangam again. #Devara.”

Janhvi’s role as Thangam, a village belle adorned in traditional attire, has garnered attention since she joined the project last year. The film marks her debut in Telugu cinema, adding a new dimension to her acting career.

Meanwhile, a video of Jr NTR shooting on a beach in Goa recently surfaced online, generating buzz among fans eagerly awaiting the release of “Devara: Part 1.” The movie, scheduled to hit the screens on October 10, also features Saif Ali Khan, Shine Tom Chacko, Prakash Raj, Meera Jasmine, Srikanth, Abhimanyu Singh, and others.

Apart from her Telugu debut, Janhvi Kapoor is busy with several Hindi projects, including “Mr & Mrs Mahi” alongside Rajkummar Rao and “Uljah” with Roshan Mathew and Gulshan Devaiah. With her diverse roles across different languages, Janhvi Kapoor continues to captivate audiences with her talent and versatility on the big screen.

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