Arjun Kapoor is close to his family, especially his sister Anshula, cousins Sonam and Harshvardhan and most recently, sisters Janhvi and Khushi. While he wasn’t close to Janhvi and Khushi before, he says that he stood by them without thinking about anything else when Sridevi passed away.
Kapoor said, “I have always been close to Anshula, Sonam, Rhea, and Harsh. But when it comes to Janhvi and Khushi — we were leading separate lives. Recently, their whole lives changed in a second, and I have been through that mental trauma before. At that time, my father needed me, so I stepped in. Had my mother been alive today, she would have wanted me to do it too. I just stood by their side without thinking about anything else. It was only later that I realised that they are decent children. They have entered our lives and added some much-needed positive energy. I may look aloof or detached, but I am emotional, and I get affected by relationships. I am scared of love because the thought of losing my loved ones scares me. I am like a coconut — strong on the outside but soft on the inside,” as according to Deccan Chronicle.
Kapoor will next be seen in ‘Namaste England,’ slated for a 19th October release.