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Karisma Kapoor expresses gratitude for all love she got towards Murder Mubarak, shares new photo with mystery man

Netizens feel Karisma Kapoor made her Bollywood comeback with Murder Mubarak

Karisma Kapoor expresses gratitude for all love she got towards Murder Mubarak, shares new photo with mystery man
Karisma Kapoor in a still from Murder Mubarak

Last Updated: 10.46 PM, Mar 24, 2024


Netizens who have watched Murder Mubarak cannot stop heaping praises on Karisma Kapoor. Many have called it the actress’ comeback project. Karisma expressed gratitude for the same with her recent post. The actress, while sharing stills of her from Murder Mubarak, also shared a photo in which she is seen with a mystery man.

The photo

Karisma shared a photo, the last picture in the slide, as a movie poster. While her face was seen all over the poster, Ghunghat Wali Gangster, obviously, did not star Karisma Kapoor. Interestingly, it seems to be a poster made for her Murder Mubarak character Shenaz Noorani though.

Through the poster (which appeared to be around a mirror), Karisma shared a selfie. She is seen in a white shirt. The actress was posing with a mystery man, who donned a black t-shirt. The actress is raising her two kids from her first wedding to Sanjay Kapur. Although there was often news that she is ready to get married again, Karisma had denied all such claims. She was reported to be dating businessman Sandeep Toshniwal a few years back. She is now linked to another businessman based in Mumbai, whose identity still remains unknown.

Karisma’s message

While sharing the post on Instagram, Karisma also posted stills from the movie which is out on Netflix. She was seen with Pankaj Tripathi in one still and Sara Ali Khan in another. Sharing the photos, the actress wrote, “Thank you for all the love - Shehnaz Noorani.” She directed everyone to the last picture and asked them to spot how many images of her can they find.

About Karisma’s career and revival

Karisma is among the top 90s heroines. She took a break from the industry after getting married. Post her divorce, Karisma tried to make her comeback in the industry. The actress’ comeback movie Dangerous Ishhq released in theatres in 2012 but unfortunately did not work at the Box Office. Karisma appeared in cameo roles in Bombay Talkies (2013) and Zero (2018) after that. Murder Mubarak is the first film where she plays one of the leads since 2012.

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