Vikram Bhatt has a crush on Karisma Kapoor!

  • PTI, New Delhi
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  • Updated: Apr 25, 2012 19:32 IST
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    Karisma Kapoor is all set to make her comeback with Dangerous Ishhq. She will be seen on the big screen after nine years.

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    Lolo plays the role of Sanjana, a supermodel in Dangerous Ishhq.

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    Her husband, played by Rajniesh Duggal, is the son of a big industrialist and vanishes under mysterious circumstances.

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    The film, a re-incarnation drama, revolves around Karisma's quest to save her husband and the lengths she goes to in the process.

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    The films also stars Jimmy Shergill, Divya Dutta, Sameer Kochar, Gracy Singh and Ruslaan Mumtaz.

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    "The strength of Dangerous Ishhq is its mind blowing idea. The part that Karisma gets to play in the film is a dream role for any ...

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    "I would also like to remind you that I used to do that (women-centric films) 10 years ago as well - Biwi No.1, Fiza, Zubeidaa ...

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    "I have been in the industry for almost 20 years, but from my first movie till now, I cannot sit in the audience and see ...

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    Karisma Kapoor took a sabbatical from movies after marrying Delhi-based businessman Sanjay Kapoor in 2003.

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    The mother of two looks gorgeous in her comeback film.

Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt, who is all set to release his upcoming film Karisma Kapoor starrer Dangerous Ishhq, says he developed a school boy crush on the actress after watching first half of the film.

Karisma, 37, is making her Bollywood comeback after five years with the 3D venture.

"Saw the first half of Dangerous Ishhq last night and have a confession to make... think I have a school boy crush on Karisma Kapoor!!," Bhatt posted on Twitter.

The film, which revolves around a woman's search for her love through many lives, will hit screens on May 11.


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