Karisma Kapoor may not be doing films but she is quite active in B-town. The actress recently walked the ramp at the ongoing Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week Autumn-Winter 2019 for designer Sanjukta Dutta. She set the runway on fire in a black and red Mekhela chador as part of the designer's 'Morom' line. Karisma's sister Kareena Kapoor also loves walking the ramp. They both are each other's biggest support system and confidante. Asked if Kareena comes to her for tips on acing motherhood, Karisma said: "Kareena and I are very close and we discuss everything, including our kids. We are both each other's biggest confidante and support system."
Which of her films' remake would she want Kareena to star in? "Biwi No.1," replied Karisma, who has featured in films such as "Anari", "Hero No. 1", "Zubeidaa" and "Fiza" among many others.
She called the 90s' era as the golden time for Hindi cinema. "1990s has some of the biggest hits in the history of Indian cinema and has been one of the best eras in Indian cinema," she said.
The 44-year-old actress was last seen on the big screen in the 2012 film "Dangerous Ishq". What's keeping her away from the silver screen? "My family is my priority. I do keep myself busy with work. I have never planned anything in my career. So, you never know I may do movies in future, but nothing is decided," said Karisma.
Is Karisma fashion conscious? "For me, fashion is all about comfort and anything which enhances feminity," she said.
(With IANS inputs)