Karisma Kapoor, who is marking her comeback with Vikram Bhatt's Dangerous Ishhq, recently declared that she is a strict parent.
Kapoor launched 'Happy Meal' for a popular food chain, yesterday and on being quizzed if she is okay with kids eating 'junk' food Karisma said that everything in moderation is fine.
When asked if she monitors what her daughter watches on television, Lolo said, "Yes, I do monitor what she watches. There is a certain amount of time in the week, when my daughter is not allowed to watch TV, because you know I'm bit of a strict mom. I think kids should put their energy into outdoor activities, so TV watching is very limited in my house. Later they will watch it, so for now I like keeping a check. I am strict, Kareena is much cooler."
Talking about her priorities Karisma said, "I took a long break in between which I really enjoyed. Taking care of my child and house was always important to me and it will always be my first priority but now my daughter is older and she goes to school, so I'm getting time for work. So like I said, if in moderation it's good to be working."
Dangerous Ishhq stars Rajneesh Duggal, Divya Dutta, Jimmy Shergill and Arya Babbar alongside Kapoor and is slated to hit the big screens on May 11, 2012.
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