Actress Karisma Kapoor, who will be making a comeback to the silver screen with supernatural thriller Dangerous Ishhq opposite Rajneesh Duggal, recently hurt her toe while filming for a scene of the movie. However, Lolo, as she is affectionately known, insisted on working despite the injury, much to the admiration of the unit.
A source was quoted to have said, "Karisma, while shooting for the film tore her toe nail and it started bleeding profusely. The doctor was called on sets immediately and Karisma's foot was bandaged. Karisma has been in the industry since the part 20 years and it's a known fact that she gives her heart and soul while filming a movie. For Dangerous Ishhq also she wanted to finish the shoot the same day, and not delay it further, which would cause inconvenience to the other co-actors and production team, so she shot with a bandaged foot, but only care was taken that her bandaged foot was not shown in the camera."
Directed by Vikram Bhatt, Dangerous Ishhq is slated to release on May 11, 2012.
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