Shanaya Kapoor shares a pic with her only enemy she can’t live without – Eagles Vine

Sanjay Kapoor and Maheep Kapoor’s daughter, Shanaya Kapoor, is an internet sensation. Being an avid social media user, the star kid garners a huge fan following. Shanaya often takes to her social media to share candid pictures and Instagram stories with her family and brother. On Tuesday shared a picture on her social media in which she is seen spending time with her brother Jahaan Kapoor.

Taking to Instagram stories, Shanaya captioned the post as, “Only enemy I can’t live without!!!!” Along with this, she also wrote ‘double trouble’ on the picture with a heart emoji.

While Shananya enjoyed the fun-filled moment with her brother, Jahaan was shied away from the camera.

Take a look at the adorable post below.

Shanaya Kapoor

Shanaya’s social media feed is filled with drop-dead gorgeous pictures of her photoshoot.

A few days ago, Shanaya Kapoor took to Instagram to share a new fun video in which she can be seen drinking coffee all the time. In the caption, she also wrote, “A day without coffee is like ………….. I’m kidding, I have no idea”.

Taking t comments section, Shanaya’s father, Sanjay Kapoor and her mother Maheep Kapoor dropped an adorable comment on Shanaya’s Instagram post.

Shanaya mom Maheep said, “Come out of your room and let’s have one together.”, While daddy Sanjay wrote, “No wonder my Nespresso capsules getting over.”

Bestie Navya Naveli Nanda said, “Rekha’s cold coffee .” to which Shanaya replied, “Mines better.”

Take a look at her post below.

Meanwhile, on the work front, Shanaya Kapoor grabbed eyeballs when she made her debut at the Le Bal in Paris in 2019. She has also been an assistant director for her cousin Janhvi Kapoor’s film’ Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl’. She is all set to make her Bollywood debut soon.


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