37 Facts About Karisma Kapoor

1. In 1994, Karisma Kapoor had nine film releases; four of them—Prem Shakti, Dulaara, Andaz and Aatish—were critical and commercial failures.

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2. In 1994, Karisma Kapoor had nine film releases; four of them—Prem Shakti, Dulaara, Andaz and Aatish—were critical and commercial failures.

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3. In 1994, Karisma Kapoor had nine film releases; four of them—Prem Shakti, Dulaara, Andaz and Aatish—were critical and commercial failures.

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4. In 1994, Karisma Kapoor had nine film releases; four of them—Prem Shakti, Dulaara, Andaz and Aatish—were critical and commercial failures.

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5. In 1994, Karisma Kapoor had nine film releases; four of them—Prem Shakti, Dulaara, Andaz and Aatish—were critical and commercial failures.

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6. Karisma Kapoor shares a stunning archival picture of herself as Flashback Friday post; See inside.

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7. Karisma Kapoor took a break from her acting career in 2003.

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8. In 1994, Karisma Kapoor had nine film releases; four of them—Prem Shakti, Dulaara, Andaz and Aatish—were critical and commercial failures.

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9. In 1994, Karisma Kapoor had nine film releases; four of them—Prem Shakti, Dulaara, Andaz and Aatish—were critical and commercial failures.

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10. In 1994, Karisma Kapoor had nine film releases; four of them—Prem Shakti, Dulaara, Andaz and Aatish—were critical and commercial failures.

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11. In 1994, Karisma Kapoor had nine film releases; four of them—Prem Shakti, Dulaara, Andaz and Aatish—were critical and commercial failures.

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12. In 1994, Karisma Kapoor had nine film releases; four of them—Prem Shakti, Dulaara, Andaz and Aatish—were critical and commercial failures.

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13. In 1994, Karisma Kapoor had nine film releases; four of them—Prem Shakti, Dulaara, Andaz and Aatish—were critical and commercial failures.

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14. In 1971, Randhir Karisma Kapoor repeated the formula with Kal Aaj Aur Kal starring himself, dad Raj and grandfather Prithviraj.

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15. Karisma Kapoor is the recipient of several awards, including six Filmfare Awards, and is one of Bollywood's most popular and highest-paid actresses.

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16. Karisma Kapoor sprinkled stardust in a purple outfit and posed with cousin Aadar Jain.

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17. In 1994, Karisma Kapoor had nine film releases; four of them—Prem Shakti, Dulaara, Andaz and Aatish—were critical and commercial failures.

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18. Karisma Kapoor is often regarded as the nation's most beautiful actress, and is the recipient of several accolades, including a National Film Award and four Filmfare Awards.

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19. Karisma Kapoor married Delhi-based businessman Sanjay Kapur in 2003, a year after she had gotten engaged and split with Jr Bachchan.

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20. Karisma Kapoor appeared on Box Office India's list of three "Top Actresses" for five consecutive years and ranked first for two years.

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21. Karisma Kapoor is one of the best-known celebrities in India; at the peak of her career, she was one of Hindi cinema's most celebrated and highest-paid actresses.

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22. Karisma Kapoor is currently the face of international cosmetic and beauty brand Garnier Colour.

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23. In 2013, Karisma Kapoor participated in a campaign with Priyanka Chopra to highlight the rights of girls in India.

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24. Karisma Kapoor was a goodwill ambassador for Pinkathon 2012 for breast cancer awareness.

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25. Karisma Kapoor supports her close friend Salman Khan's charitable trust Being Human Foundation.

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26. In 2013, Karisma Kapoor made a special appearance along with several other actors in the titular song of the anthology film Bombay Talkies, which was made to honour the Hindi film industry for completing a hundred years.

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27. Karisma Kapoor made her comeback as an actress with a leading role in Vikram Bhatt's supernatural thriller Dangerous Ishhq.

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28. Karisma Kapoor ventured into voice acting, voicing for her younger sister Kareena in the role of Chhaya in the 2012 action thriller Bodyguard, which ranks among one of the highest-grossing Bollywood films of all time.

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29. In 2002, Karisma Kapoor had three film releases, the first of which was the romantic drama Haan Maine Bhi Pyaar Kiya, opposite Akshay Kumar and Abhishek Bachchan.

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30. Karisma Kapoor collaborated for the first time with the Rajshri Productions for the family drama Hum Saath-Saath Hain: We Stand United.

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31. In 1997, Karisma Kapoor re-united with David Dhawan for two projects, the comedy film Judwaa, and the romantic comedy Hero No 1 (opposite Govinda).

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32. In 1994, Karisma Kapoor had nine film releases; four of them—Prem Shakti, Dulaara, Andaz and Aatish—were critical and commercial failures.

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33. Karisma Kapoor made her acting debut in 1991 at the age of seventeen with the romantic drama Prem Qaidi, opposite debutante Harish Kumar.

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34. Karisma Kapoor is of Hindu Punjabi descent on her father's side, and on her mother's side she is of Sindhi and British descent.

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35. Karisma Kapoor was born on 25 June 1974 in Mumbai, to actors Randhir Kapoor and Babita.

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36. Karisma Kapoor took a leave from full-time acting in 2004, and made her comeback with the 2012 supernatural thriller Dangerous Ishqq, after which she again took a leave.

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37. Karisma Kapoor was born on 25 June 1974 and is an Indian film actress.

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