Kareena Kapoor decks up in red ethnic outfit as she poses with Karisma Kapoor at NMACC launch, calls her ‘best date’
Kareena Kapoor took to Instagram Stories to share a picture with sister and ‘best date’ Karisma Kapoor from the NMACC event.
Kareena Kapoor turned up at the inauguration of of Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre in Mumbai on Friday with her Saif Ali Khan and Karisma Kapoor. On Saturday, Kareena took to Instagram Stories to share a picture with Karisma by her side and called her the 'best date.' (Also read: Kiara Advani, Kareena Kapoor reunite at NMACC event, chat with Sidharth Malhotra and Saif Ali Khan. Watch)
Kareena chose a red lehenga paired with a huge silk bow at the back that doubled up as sleeves for the event. Meanwhile, Saif looked dapper in a white kurta-pyjama paired with a cream coloured Nehru jacket. Karisma opted for a brown Sabyasachi saree for the event and paired it with a sheer black cape. The three of them posed together for paparazzi before Kareena and Karisma posed with each other. Kareena has now shared a photo on Instagram Stories with Karisma and written, "Always my best date." Karisma re-shared Kareena's photo on Instagram Stories and wrote, "Mine too (hug face emoticons)."
A video posted by a paparazzo account also caught Kareena catching up with her Good Newwz co-star Kiara who had attended the event with her actor-husband Sidharth Malhotra. Kareena also shared pictures of her outfit ahead of the event on her Instagram, detailing her red lehenga which had a huge bow at the back. She and Saif posed on the staircase together in another post, giving a glimpse of the unseen area of their new house.
Kareena was last seen in Aamir Khan's film Laal Singh Chaddha. Directed by Advait Chauhan, the film was the official Hindi remake of the Hollywood film Forrest Gump. Her upcoming projects include The Crew, The Buckingham Murders and The Devotion of Suspect X.
Meanwhile, Karisma is all set to return to the screen after a gap of 12 years with the film Murder Mubarak, which also stars Sara Ali Khan. She featured on the judges' panel for several reality shows, including Indian Idol, Dance India Dance and Super Dance. She has also worked in the web series Mentalhood in 2020 and made special appearances in films such as Zero and Bombay Talkies.
Karisma also has one more web series in the pipeline. She will be seen in Abhinay Deo's Brown which is being backed by Zee Studios and is based on Abheek Barua's book the City of Death. The series also features Soni Razdan, Helen and Surya Sharma, among others.