What’s Karisma’s lucky charm?

Karisma Kapoor

Among other things, Karisma prefers to have her films’ narration only at Otters Club in Bandra since the place is lucky for her


It’s an interesting pattern where we see our B-town celebs consider certain possessions to be lucky for them. Apart from wearing various rings, or black threads there are certain locations also which prove lucky for our stars and Dangerous Ishhq star Karisma Kapoor is a firm believer of that.
Karisma on 'Dangerous Ishhq'

Not many know that Karisma considers Otters Club in Mumbai a lucky place for all her film narrations, & for ‘Dangerous Ishhq’ narration she requested Vikram Bhatt to do it in the same club...It so happened that upon reaching there it was discovered that the Club was under construction and had no provision for amenities such food, coffee at all.
Karisma's many avatars

Despite this, we hear that Vikram and Karisma sat at one corner of the under construction restaurant for 3 hours having to sip only water. Karisma patiently heard the narration and gave her consent for the film, that’s how she was on-board for ‘Dangerous Ishhq’ which had taken Vikram nearly 2-3 years for him to persuade her. In 'Dangerous Ishhq', which is Karisma Kapoor's comeback vehicle, has the actress playing the role of a supermodel who goes through past life regression in order to find solutions to her problems that she is facing in her present life


Here's Karisma's past life regression:

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