Good time for married actresses in Bollywood: Karisma Kapoor
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Karisma Kapoor believes that her sister Kareena's first hit film post marriage is a sign that Bollywood is now open to casting married actresses and mothers in lead roles.
The 38-year-old actress, who raises two kids Samaira and Kiaan, has also worked in a number of movies post marriage.
"I absolutely think things are changing. We sisters shouldn't take all the credit though as all married actresses and mothers out there are making there own space.
"We are becoming like the West, which is really good. Angelina Jolie, Julia Roberts, Kate Winslet are all moms working, endorsing and raising a family. I think it is a great time for married actresses and mothers in the industry," Karisma told PTI.
The "Raja Hindustani" star has taken up few Bollywood projects in the recent past. Her latest movie "Dangerous Ishhq" came after a gap of six years.
Karisma says she can easily do three movies a year but is in no rush after having a fruitful career of two decades in Bollywood.
"Honestly, I could sign three films and be on the sets all the time but that's not my idea of working today. I have had a great career and I am thankful that my fans enjoyed watching me in a movie and want me to do another one," she said.
Karisma, who was in the Capital to unveil the new TV show "Suraj-The Rising Star", an animation serial on Colors, says she is reading a few scripts and is expected to be back on sets sometime next year.
The program is the Indian version of Japanese show "Star Of Giants" and is in collaboration with Japanese production houses.
"Animated shows and movies are rare in India. I hope people make some more of them so we can take our kids to the theatre. We see educational programs but do not watch motivational and inspirational programs."
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