Karisma Kapoor, who has sizzled the big screen during her prime, who has worked in a fiction show on TV and even judged a handful of reality shows, admits she might return to the small screen if she finds something interesting.
“Maybe I will do TV again. I like to pick and choose what I do. So maybe I will, if something interesting comes up,” Karisma said here after a promotional event for a new beverage.
The 38-year-old actress made her TV debut in 2003 with “Karishma- The Miracles of Destiny”, and was also seen as a judge for reality shows like, ‘Nach Baliye-4′, and ‘Aaja Mahi Vay’.
After conquering the Indian film industry for over a decade with huge hits like “Judwaa”, ‘Hero No. 1’, ‘Biwi No. 1’, ‘Raja Hindustani’ and ‘Dil To Pagal Hai’, she left the showbiz after she was married to the Delhi-based industrialist Sanjay Kapur.
She made her comeback to the big screen with ‘Dangerous Ishhq’ which failed to woo the audience by any means and now she will be seen in ‘Bombay Talkies’, which is scheduled for a 3rd May release.
When asked about her latest venture, ‘Bombay Talkies’, she said, “I think the entire film fraternity wanted to be a part of the 100 years of cinema, and I think it’s great that all the actors took out time to be a part of it. Because we all love cinema and acting.”
She added that “it’s a great way to celebrate the 100 years, by giving something back to the audience for appreciating all of us for so long”.
Karisma Kapoor also mentioned about the films she did back then and still enjoys watching them, “It’s great. I enjoy them. The stars come from down of the ladder to reach the top, but when you are there, you think where do you go from there.”
“It was a great learning experience. Working really hard and doing four shifts a day,” she said and pointed out that today’s actors enjoy a very different life than that.
“But I think I also enjoyed the whole experience,” she added.
Karisma Kapoor is a mother of two kids now, Samaira and Kiaan Raj Kapoor. And she admits that her priorities have shifted towards her children, “It’s all about your priorities. And my priorities will always be my kids”.