Janhvi Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan typically supply friendship targets that make us jealous. Be it their journeys to totally different components of the nation or appearances on exhibits like Koffee With Karan 7. The two appear inseparable. Both lately visitor starred on the second episode of the newest season of the discuss present hosted by Karan Johar and spilled a number of beans.
Recently, KJo‘s price for internet hosting the present was revealed. From what’s being mentioned, Karan charged a whopping sum of INR 1-2 crore per episode for KWK. The latest season airs round 20 to 22 episodes, which suggests he’s bagging as much as a complete of INR 40-44 crores per Season.
Coming again to Janhvi Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan, the Bollywood besties graced the sofa of Koffee With Karan 7 with tales about their model, wits, and journey. Amidst that, additionally they spoke about their Kedarnath journey, of which they posted pictures on their Instagram. The episode proceeded with Karan Johar taking part in the 2 truths and a lie Bingo recreation.
It was then when Janhvi Kapoor revealed just a few enjoyable issues. She mentioned, “I have gone skinny dipping in a fountain in Uttarakhand, I have eaten a snail, I have broken up with someone because they didn’t order me a chicken salad.” Turns out all three have been truths. Sara Ali Khan chimed in and mentioned to the Koffee With Karan 7 host, “Janhvi went Nangu in the pool, how you care about something else…”
Meanwhile, the 2 actresses additionally make clear their near-death expertise whereas climbing a mountain on their Kedarnath journey. They shared how they bought caught through the climb and have been on the verge of falling off. The actors additionally mentioned they virtually froze within the minus seven levels Celsius climate.
When it involves the work entrance, moreover Koffee With Karan 7, each are gearing up for his or her subsequent releases. Janhvi Kapoor will probably be subsequent seen in Good Luck Jerry. As for Sara Ali Khan, she has begun taking pictures for ‘Gaslight.’