Janhvi Kapoor, Namrata Purohit talk about their Fast and Furious car chase moment with the paparazzi

Janhvi Kapoor and Namrata Purohit are best friends and often share moments from their lives on social media 

author_img IANS Published :  07th September 2021 11:15 PM   |   Published :   |  07th September 2021 11:15 PM
Janhvi Kapoor with Namrata Purohit

Janhvi Kapoor with Namrata Purohit

Bollywood actress Janhvi Kapoor and her best friend Namrata Purohit recently shared how they once escaped from the paparazzi and the ensuing car chase made it feel like a real-life Fast and Furious moment.

Talking about how Janhvi hid from the paparazzi, Namrata Purohit said, “There was this one time, for some reason she didn’t want to get clicked at the gym. So, she told me, ‘Namo, you have to help me, they can’t see me, they can’t click me whatever.’ So, we sent her car outside. I felt like a horrible person because those guys outside are actually sweet guys. But it was just like a situation that she needed to get out of that day. So, her car went the other way and the paps followed her, then she jumped into my car and we had gotten out and then we had like this whole chase going on. I felt like I was in a Fast and Furious movie.”

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Janhvi added to the explanation and said, “Because I wasn’t supposed to be at the gym, I was supposed to be home, tired and sad. They were literally chasing us on bikes, and we were going around in her car and we had to stop at some dingy location and then I had to get back into my car. You know the amount of times I have hidden in the trunk of my car? So many times! There’s always a blanket in my car. There’s always a blanket every time I am at a place I am not supposed to be at or with someone I am not supposed to be with.”

On the work front, Janhvi Kapoor will be seen in the upcoming food show Star Vs Food Season 2. The show releases on September 9 on Discovery+.

*Edited from an IANS report

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