"Self doubt is a part of every actor's journey. I think every actor is plagued with self-doubt but at least it pushes me to do better," Janhvi said.
I believe in healthy competition. I find my contemporaries inspiring and motivational. They keep me on my toes and they are doing such great work. There is something to learn from all of them.
I was stuck in edgy/neurotic roles, this film changed the trajectory of my career, was my entry in to mainstream that too with comedy, with Queen and Datto I strengthened my comic timing
The Dhadak actor remembers her mother on the late star's third death anniversary
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"Through this film, I've understood myself better as an actor. It's given me a different sense of confidence and, maybe it's because of the impact Gunjan madam's story and resilience has had on me," the actress said.
Sridevi died in 2018 after drowning in a bathtub in a Dubai hotel. Her death was declared as an accident.
Sridevi died aged 54 in February 2018, after accidentally drowning in a bathtub in a Dubai hotel.
Janhvi has posted a black and white picture on Instagram, where she hugs her mother.
Her recent works include choreographing Kangana Ranaut in "Manikarnika" last year and "Tanu Weds Manu Returns" in 2015.
Reacting to the post, a slew of celebrities, including Smriti Irani and Sanjay Kapoor have commented with red heart emojis.
Boney Kapoor’s tweet read "Jagadeka Veerudu Atiloka Sundari was always a special film for my wife Sridevi. In gratitude to @KChiruTweets, @Ragavendraraoba, #AshwiniDutt @VyjayanthiFilms and the entire team on #30YearsOfJVAS. @SrideviBKapoor"
The victims were on their way to Raichur district in Karnataka amid the ongoing lockdown