Tuesday March 31, 2020

“Digital Spaces Give You a Chance To Speak a Lot More”, Says Actress Karisma Kapoor

Karisma made her debut opposite Harish in the 1991 release, "Prem Qaidi". She was last seen on the big screen nearly eight years ago, in Vikram Bhatt's 2012 release, "Dangerous Ishhq"

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Karisma made her debut opposite Harish in the 1991 release, "Prem Qaidi". She was last seen on the big screen nearly eight years ago, in Vikram Bhatt's 2012 release, "Dangerous Ishhq". Wikimedia Commons

Actress Karisma Kapoor makes her digital debut with the upcoming web series “Mentalhood”. Opening up at a special screening of the series, the nineties star, who makes a comeback with “Mentalhood” after nearly eight years, said the digital space allows filmmakers a more creative platform.

“I think it’s a very different platform,” said Karisma, about OTT as a platform for entertainment, and added: “It’s more creative, and you can speak a lot more. It gives you a voice.”

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Actress Karisma Kapoor makes her digital debut with the upcoming web series “Mentalhood”. Wikimedia Commons

On her new assignment, the 45-year-old actress said: “I am sure people will enjoy ‘Mentalhood’ because it is a relevant and emotional show and yet it has been told in a very lighthearted fashion. So, this show is a tribute to all the mothers out there from us as mothers.”

Karisma made her debut opposite Harish in the 1991 release, “Prem Qaidi”. She was last seen on the big screen nearly eight years ago, in Vikram Bhatt’s 2012 release, “Dangerous Ishhq”.

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Her comeback venture “Mentalhood” will stream on Zee5 and ALT Balaji from March 11. (IANS)

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“Coronavirus Lockdown Will Teach People Many important Lessons About Life”, Says Actor Aparshakti Khurana

He also shared how is he spending time at home

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On the acting front, Aparshakti, who has carved his niche as a fine actor and a comedian with some interesting character roles , was recently seen in the dance drama, "Street Dancer 3D". Bollywood Country

Actor Aparshakti Khurana believes the coronavirus lockdown will teach people many important lessons about life.

“I feel now no one will take anything for granted. Once people resume their work… they will value their work for sure. I hope people come out as a better version of themselves after the lockdown, and start building healthy relationships with each other than demeaning others,” Aparshakti told IANS.

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He also shared how is he spending time at home.

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Actor Aparshakti Khurana believes the coronavirus lockdown will teach people many important lessons about life. Bollywood Country

“Sometimes I read scripts or take narrations through video calls. Also, I am learning how to cook. I also spend some time in composing songs. And of course, spending quality time with my wife,” Aparshakti added.

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On the acting front, Aparshakti, who has carved his niche as a fine actor and a comedian with some interesting character roles , was recently seen in the dance drama, “Street Dancer 3D”. He will next be seen as a solo lead in “Helmet”, which also stars Pranutan. (Bollywood Country)