Actress Janhvi Kapoor has revealed that she is super excited and fortunate to be working with Karan Johar. Janhvi, who made her acting debut in movie Dhadak alongside actor Ishaan Khatter, is all set to star in yet another movie. Takht, the movie that will be directed by Karan, has a host of big stars in it like Kareena Kapoor, Ranveer Singh, Anil Kapoor and Vicky Kaushal. Also Read - Toodles! Karan Johar’s High Tea Session With Daugter Roohi And Mom Hiroo is Unmissable- Watch

In an interview with Mid-Day, Janhvi revealed that she is feeling overwhelmed considering the big stars she will be acting with in Takht, and added that she considers herself to be fortunate to be a part of it. Also Read - Vicky Kaushal is Having The Best Lockdown Moment With Mom, Shares Adorable Caption

“It’s overwhelming. I still pinch myself to believe this. I am so excited and happy to start the shoot and work on that film. But, I am constantly thinking about it, and sharing the screen space with these actors, they are so gifted. And I have looked up to them,” she was quoted as saying. Also Read - Sonam Kapoor Reveals Why She Returned to India Amid Coronavirus Outbreak, Says 'My Father is 63'

On working with Karan, who also produced Dhadak, Janhvi said she could not have been more happy or excited.

“I wouldn’t have been more happy to be directed by Karan (Johar). What excites me the most is that he has so much knowledge. To even be on the set with him is fortunate. So, I am really excited,” she added.

About the movie Dhadak, Janhvi was asked if she was still nervous about how the audience will comprehend the film.

“I’m excited for Dhadak to reach out to a larger audience. I’m hoping that they understand what we have set up. There is a certain sense of nervousness but more excitement,” she said.

Movie Dhadak is a tragic romance film written and directed by Shashank Khaitan, and it is a remake of the Marathi language film Sairat. The movie also stars Ashutosh Rana, Ankit Bisht, Shridhar Watsar, Kshitij Kumar and Aishwarya Narkar in supporting roles.