Maheep Kapoor took a trip down memory lane and shared a family photo from 2007. The photo, taken at the premiere of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Saawariya, featured Sanjay Kapoor and Shanaya Kapoor. “Saawariya premiere #TB 2007,” she captioned her Instagram post.
In the photo, Maheep is wearing a golden sari while Sanjay is wearing a suit. Shanaya, who was eight years old at the time, looked dressed in a blue linga outfit.
Namita Sandhu, Maheep’s mother, commented on the post. “God bless my children, I love you,” she wrote with a set of heart emojis. Meanwhile, fans couldn’t help but notice Shania’s expression. One comment read, “Why is Shania so angry?” Another asked, “@shanayakapoor02 ittne gusse mei kiyu the (why were you so upset)”. +
Shanaya is set to debut in Bollywood with a film produced by Dharma Productions by Karan Johar. However, she did not share more details. Meanwhile, she recently appeared in her first ever ad for a hair straightener brand. She played a model who is unable to eat spaghetti without having it all on herself.
Maheep shared Shania’s first ad movie on her Instagram page and wrote, “My baby girl can rock this messy spaghetti look! Loved every bit of it @the_misfit_way.”
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Shanaya was previously seen in the Netflix reality series Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives, which revolves around Maheep and three other Bollywood wives – Bhavana Pandey, Seema Khan and Neelam Kothari. One episode is about Shanaya’s appearance at the high-profile Le Bal des Débutantes in Paris.
Earlier, Shanaya Sanjay Kapoor’s father told PTI Agency in an interview that she is well aware of the importance of hard work, despite having relations with her. “She’s learning the ropes. She takes acting lessons, dancing and reciting. In our family, me, her uncle and her cousins are watching closely. She knows the importance of hard work. She can be anyone’s daughter or daughter, but it’s your dedication that will take you forward,” he said.