No relationship exit, Arjun Kapoor on stepsisters Khushi and Jhanvi


The fiction between Arjun Kapoor and Sridevi is an open secret. And now the rift between Arjun Kapoor and his half sisters Khushi and Jhanvi Kapoor came into forefront. The ‘Gunday’ actor now revealed that he has no relationship with his half sisters, Khushi and Jhanvi, Sridevi and Boney Kapoor's daughters.

Arjun Kapoor was only 11 years old when his father Boney Kapoor left his mother Mona Kapoor and sister Anshula to marry Sridevi.

Arjun Kapoor refused to accept Sridevi as his mom and he considers her only as his father’s wife. He also added that his own mother, Mona, had taught him never to disrespect anybody that is the reason why he has always been respectful and courteous towards her. 

In an interview with Huffington Post India, Arjun revealed:  "I was very conflicted about it. I was convinced that I would never get married. But I have mellowed down. When you turn 32, you don’t like the feeling that you’ll just be by yourself for the rest of your life. At the end of the day, you need a partner. That vacancy exists and I would like to complete that emptiness with a live-in relationship. I would like to know somebody intimately enough to decide whether I can commit to her for the rest of our lives."

Talking about his equation with his half sisters Jhanvi and Khushi, Arjun added, "We don’t really meet and spend time together, so it doesn’t really exist."

The ‘Half Girlfriend’ actor speaks high about his sister Anshula.

Arjun said, "My sister, Anshula, has stood by me like a rock. She has gone through far worse. She's younger than me. I still had 11 years with my father living in the house. I had my mother living with me for 25 years but she only got 20. Imagine a child who has been through a life where the father couldn't be physically around all the time after the age of 5. And the mother who was there physically all the time and then after 20 years, she wasn't there. Imagine the psychological scarring of that child. She's still more mature, very well-educated, honest and more sincere than me."

Still unable to cope with his mother’s loss, Arjun added, "How do I reconcile with the fact that she's not here to see that I have created an independent identity for myself, that I run a house, that I've grown up to become everything she wanted me to become?"

He further added, "For all the sacrifices she has made for me, there is something as payback which sits here right now as I speak to you. I would have liked her to see that. I wish I was in a position where I could tell her that I have managed to make you proud, Ma. There's no respite from the death of a mother. I always tell people that you are allowed to take your parents for granted to a certain degree but don't underestimate the power of having them around. They are your backbone. You think it's there but imagine one day it cracks -- you are bound to fall. I have lived my life balancing without a backbone for the last 5 years."