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Khushi Kapoor gets trolled for cycling in Mumbai amid COVID-19 restrictions

With the strict coronavirus guidelines across the country and lockdown in various states, people continue to stay indoors to keep this deadly virus at bay. Now, to kill the boredom, late actress Sridevi’s younger daughter, Khushi Kapoor who is yet to make her debut in Bollywood, was spotted cycling along with her friend in the suburbs of Mumbai. Dressed in a white tank top and track pants, the starkid looked pretty sans makeup. While Khushi's fans loved seeing her new clicks and clips, there were a few who trolled her for stepping out amid the pandemic and reminded her of the strict restrictions in Mumbai. One social media user wrote, 'Is it mandatory to cycle when there are strict instructions that step out of home only when necessary.. The second wave is not over yet! #educateddumb'. While, the other one commented, 'why should one cycle in the middle of a ranging pandemic and people like you post such...'. Now, talking about the work front, the young diva in one of her interviews confirmed that she would love to be part of Bollywood. She also added that whenever her debut will happen, it will be in a Karan Johar film. Earlier, Janhvi had opened up about Khushi’s career choice. She had reportedly said that even Khushi wants to be an actress and is currently studying in New York Film Academy. The actress added that Khushi will figure out what she wants to do next after she comes back. Meanwhile, their father Boney Kapoor, who is an established filmmaker himself, once questioned about launching Khushi, to which he replied, 'I have the resources, but I would rather have someone else launch her because I am her father and one tends to get indulgent. You can’t afford to do that as a filmmaker and nor is it good for the actor. Anil was still an established actor, so it didn’t affect him much, but I think I became an indulgent brother with Sanjay when he made his entry into films.’ He, however, added that he would not be launching her, rather it will be 'someone I respect and someone I feel secure and safe about'.

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