The much-loved and beautiful Karisma Kapoor is making her comeback in Vikram Bhatt’s ‘Dangerous Ishhq’ which releases on 11th May (excluding UK). In an exclusive chat, BBC Asian Network’s Raj&Pablo caught up with the actress to talk about her return.
‘Dangerous Ishhq’ will see Kapoor’s character going through regression in order to solve a mystery in her current life. When Raj��asks about whether she has ever thought about the topic herself, she comments, “Vikram wrote this movie because of an experience he went through and he�۪s been through past life regression. All of us are very intrigued by tarot card readers, face readers, astrologers, but I was too scared when asked ��do you want to be regressed?�۪ I said no no!”
Pablo also spoke to Kapoor about how her children felt about her returning to acting. Kapoor said, “Honestly, on the first day I was panic stricken, I was like oh my god where are my kids, I�۪ve been away for so many hours, but then everything fell into a rhythm. Personally I feel that as long as you have your priority right, you can work and manage your family, you can do both.” Kapoor also stated that she felt it was important for her children to see and understand what their mother used to do.
In what would be a great on-screen perspective, Raj asked the actress whether there would be a time that she would share screen space with her sister Kareena. Kapoor answered, “We need to find the perfect script, we don�۪t just want to make a project, we get offers all the time. We just need a good, right script and maybe who knows.”
The full interview can be heard on BBC Asian Network’s ‘Love Bollywood’ with Raj&Pablo from 9am��on Sunday 12th May.