The 23-year-old actor, who has admittedly been self-isolating for more than a week now, shed light on the things she learned during this phase of solitude.
She expressed gratitude for her privileges, and opened up about her love for her family.
Janhvi shared the note on Instagram on Monday
The note was shared by Janhvi on her Instagram account on Monday.
The actor said she realized her privileges, adding that she has been "selfish and irresponsible."
"I have it better than most in these conditions, and I've had it better than most do in life," she wrote.
She said she also learned her father (producer Boney Kapoor) misses her whenever she is away.
When I wake up, I see my father smiling: Janhvi
"When I wake up now and go across the hall and see him (Boney) alone on the sofa smiling because he has us to himself the whole day, I can picture him sitting in same place waiting alone for us to come home," Janhvi wrote.
'I can still smell my mother in her dressing room'
Writing about her mother, late legendary actor Sridevi, Janhvi wrote, "I can still smell my mother in her dressing room."
Sridevi passed away two years ago.
Janhvi further added, "I've learnt that I'm a better painter in my head than in real life. I've learnt that Khushi (Kapoor) is definitely the cooler sister. I've learnt that I have the funniest friends in the world."
I've learned that I love movies, Janhvi summed
Janhvi, who made her debut with Karan Johar's film Dhadak in 2018, summed the note by saying that she has learned how much she loves movies.
"I've learnt that I love movies. More than I love anything. I love watching them, and thinking about them and dreaming about them," she wrote.
In the caption, Janhvi wrote, "Also learnt that I like to write."
Separately, on the work front, Janhvi has a few movies in the pipeline, including a Gunjan Saxena biopic, horror-comedy Roohi Afzana, and Dostana 2. However, all movie productions currently remain stalled due to the ongoing nationwide lockdown over the coronavirus pandemic.