Legendary star Karisma Kapoor made her Bollywood debut with ’Prem Qaidi’ in 1991. The film came out on 21st June, which means the superstar has completed three decades in the industry. She wrote a heartfelt note on Instagram account thanking fans.
She wrote on a post, “MOOD #30yearsofpremqaidi #confindenceofa17yearold #gratefuleveryday.” Throughout the 90s, Kapoor was one of the busiest stars in Bollywood. And providing hit after hit led her to receive the first National Award of her career in 1998, reports Mid Day.
She worked heavily with director David Dhawan and fellow superstar Govinda. With Dhawan, she was seen in films like ‘Raja Babu’ (1994) and ‘Coolie No. 1’ (1995). Two of her greatest reviewed performances came when she stared in Khalid Mohamed’s ‘Fiza’ (2000) and Shyam Benegal’s ‘Zubeidaa’ (2001).
Following her appearance in thriller ‘Baaz – A Bird In Danger’ (2003), Kapoor took a break from acting. She made her comeback with Vikram Bhatt’s ‘Dangerous Ishq’ (2012). And her most recent venture was her joining the OTT side for the web series, ‘Mentalhood.’
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