Karisma Kapoor was born on 25th of June 1974 in Mumbai, India. She is an Indian actress and the daughter of actor and producer Raj Kapoor. She is also known as the sister of actress Kareena Kapoor. She debuted in acting in the year 19991, portraying the role Neelima on the film Prem Qaidi. Soon after, her career skyrocketed and she was eventually seen on various films including Police Officer, Sapne Sajan Ke, Muqabla, Prem Shakti, Andaz Apna Apna, Aatish: Feel the Fire, Bal Bramhachari, Saajan Chale Sasural, and many others. In 1996, she made an impression on the film Raja Hindustani which led her to become an awardee of the Filmfare Award for Best Actress. Meanwhile, she also received the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress in the year 1997 for her impressive performance on Dil To Pagal Hai.
One with a slim and enviable figure, Karisma is regularly doing her exercise routine. According to her, “I have always been a very fit person. When I was in school, I used to swim a lot but now I swim with my kids during their holidays. I love doing yoga and taking walks-natural ways of exercising is what I prefer. I walk in the building, take the stairs-whatever is available to me. While I’m not a die-hard fan of gyms, I do have a personal instructor and exercise 3-4 times a week. My children are my priority but I don’t forget myself in the process. I make it a point to take care of my health, hair, and skin.
She’s also particular when it comes to her dietary practice. She said, “I eat about six to seven meals in a day, with a gap of about two hours between each meal. I don’t deprive myself of food. In fact, I love eating– I have chips, cakes, French fries, biryani. I lost about 25 kgs after my pregnancy by just eating the right, healthy foods. I eat out very often; it’s my weakness. But there too I try and eat healthy, like vegetable curry and brown rice or steamed fish and chicken. I don’t like taking any supplements as I believe natural food is healthy and nutritious enough. I usually have 2-3 egg whites in the day to cover the protein intake.