Janhvi Kapoor Gets A New Big Tattoo On Her Arm, Here Is The Secret Of The ‘Labbu’ He Mentions | Bollywood
Janhvi Kapoor took to Instagram on Tuesday to share some never-before-seen photos. She even revealed her new tattoo, which appears to be dedicated to someone special.
The first photo in her post is a selfie, clicked during the golden hour. Other photos showed her in a temple, enjoying mountain views from an infinity pool and practicing yoga in the sun. She also shared a video of her wincing in pain as a tattoo artist worked on her arm. Another photo gave a better look at his tattoo, which read: “I love you my labbu”.
Fans were curious about the identity of ‘labbu’. “Labbu kon h (who is Labbu),” one fan asked. A discouraged follower guessed that was the name of the person she was dating right now. “She has someone. Let’s go elsewhere, ”they wrote.
However, Labbu is what his late mother Sridevi called Janhvi. On the third anniversary of Sridevi’s death this year, Janhvi shared a note written by her on Instagram. He said, “I love you my labbu. You are the best baby in the world.”
In a conversation with Neha Dhupia on her BFFs show in 2019, Janhvi had said that Sridevi did not approve of tattoos and that she too was “too chick” to get a tattoo.
Janhvi was rumored to be dating Akshat Rajan, but they reportedly broke up. Last month on his birthday, she shared a photo with him and wrote, “Happy birthday to the best human in the world, I love you.”
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Janhvi was last seen in the horror comedy Roohi and her next outing will be Good Luck Jerry. After finishing the filming of the film, which was repeatedly interrupted by protesting farmers, Janhvi wrote in an article: “I can’t believe this is a film. So much has happened, has changed, evolved, has been learned and not learned during and because of this filming. But through it all, I was so excited to come and see all these faces and disturb them and laugh with them and to work tirelessly and together to create something that we all were passionate about. I will miss you all – is a massive understatement. And thanks for everything.”