It is a known fact actor Arjun Kapoor is extremely protective of his half-sisters Janhvi and Khushi Kapoor. He has stood by Janhvi and Khushi  as a rock after the sudden death of Sridevi. Proving so, last month, before the trailer of Dhadak was launched, Arjun posted an extremely heart-warming message for Janhvi. Now, in an interview with Hindustan Times, the Gunday actor opened up about this sweet gesture and the equation he now shares with – Janhvi and Khushi. The leading daily quoted him as saying, “It’s difficult for me to give a one-off reply, or in a ‘by the way’ manner. I actually need a lot of time to process what has happened. But I just did what I felt impulsively at that point. Between me and my sister (Anshula), we felt that it was the right thing to do. Also, it all happened after we consulted my maasi (maternal aunt), because I’ll always need her consent [for certain things] for her to be fine about our actions.”

He added, “Honestly, we’re still figuring things out and picking up the pieces. I’m a really emotional person, so my emotions do come out [especially on social media]. So, you can say that my protective side comes around in those moments. I’ll continue to be that way as a brother and as somebody who’s always looking out for their best interest. But I still don’t have answers to a lot of things. Too much has happened and I wouldn’t wish these things even on my worst enemies. I’ve experienced it first-hand, so if I encompass everything in one answer, it would make the matter very small.”

Further talking about Janhvi and Khushi, Arjun told HT, “Maybe, when the time is right, and when I’m able to articulate my feelings better and give it some kind of shape, I’ll talk about it in detail. But right now, there are too many emotions to feel. Also, as somebody who has always been extremely close to his father, I want Janhvi and Khushi to be absolutely okay as much as I would want Anshula to be fine. But the things that have led us to these circumstances are extremely tragic; that’s why I need some more time to figure out what life holds [for us].”