Even as she prepares for her on-screen comeback with Tamil film Puli, actress Sridevi has refuted rumours about her daughter Jhanvi Kapoor’s cinematic debut with Malayalam heartthrob Dulquer Salmaan, and added that she wants Jhanvi to focus on education for now. The rumoured project was to be directed by K.V. Vijayendra Prasad, the writer behind Baahubali and Bajrangi Bhaijaan. “She (Jhanvi) has just completed graduation. Her focus should be on education now. Contrary to reports, she hasn’t signed any film yet. She’s young and it’s too early for her to think about acting,” said Sridevi. The actress, who’s returning to the silver screen after a gap of three years, believes destiny will decide the course of her daughter’s career. “If it has to happen, she will enter films. I never planned to be an actress,” she said. Last seen in the 2012 drama English Vinglish, Sridevi will essay the role of a queen in Tamil-fantasy film Puli. Directed by Chimbu Deven, Puli features Tamil Superstar Vijay in the lead, and is slated to hit screens on October 1.