Karisma Kapoor turns 50: BFF Malaika Arora drops heartwarming wish: see inside | Hindi Movie News – Times of India
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Karisma Kapoor turns 50: BFF Malaika Arora drops heartwarming wish: see inside | Hindi Movie News – Times of India

Karisma Kapoor, who ruled the silver screen in the 90s, turns 50 today. On this occasion, bestie Malaika Arora posted a special wish for her. She wrote a heartful message along with a carousel of unseen images capturing their wonderful moments together. In the first selfie, all five ladies, including Malaika, Karisma (Lolo), Kareena Kapoor Khan, and Amrita Arora Ladak, are seen flaunting their red-lipped pouts.Malaika complimented Karisma, saying, “U make 50 look so effortless lolo @therealkarismakapoor. Happy birthday …. We love u.” It’s a lovely tribute to their friendship and Karisma’s milestone birthday. Take a look…

Karisma Kapoor’s journey in showbiz includes rich content-driven and commercial films. Having established a niche for herself, she chose to take a break from her hectic schedule and step away from the limelight. In an interview, she explained that this decision was made over time, as she wanted to prioritise her family.Talking to Grazia, Karisma said that she chose to stay away from the limelight. She had young children, and it was important for her as a mother that she didn’t want to miss out on those moments. She thinks that’s a choice that each individual needs to make and that’s a choice she made.
In an old interview with IANS, Karisma Kapoor was asked about her children’s response to her star status. She shared that her daughter treats her like any regular mother. “My daughter is the most normal towards me. For her, I am just her mom. I am just a regular mom and the actor comes after that. If she likes something that I am wearing, she tells me and if she doesn’t, she still makes it a point to let me know. I won’t say I am a strict mother, but discipline is important. Timing and routine are important for kids. My children also look forward to that”, she said.

She further added, “I think it is important to be a friend to your kids. But it is also equally important to set boundaries. My mother was a strong influence, and so was my dad. My mom was my friend whom I couldn’t cross.”
After a significant hiatus from the industry, Karisma Kapoor made a grand return with Homi Adajania’s ‘Murder Mubarak’. This film, which also marked her OTT debut, features the actress in the role of Shehnaaz Noorani.