CELEBRITY NEWS: Bollywood actor Karisma Kapoor celebrates her birthday today, 25 June 2020 and birthday cheer is spreading across her social media circles. Her sister Kareena Kapoor Khan shared a cute video on the social media platform, Instagram, of the two adorable sisters from yesteryear to present day.
Kareena captioned the video as, “To the most purest, most precious love ever! My sister, my second mother and my best friend…To the ultimate Diva… Happy birthday Lolo @therealkarismakapoor! May our morning phone chats last forever”
Malaika Arora shared some photos of the girl gang to wish Karisma.
Malaika’s sister Amrita wrote on social media, “Happy birthday my darling @therealkarismakapoor To my unwavering,loyal ,strong voice of reason person … we love you”
Madhuri Dixit wrote, “It feels like just yesterday that we did Dil Toh Pagal Hai. Had an amazing time. Many many happy returns of the day”.
Calling Karisma an inspiration, Sonam Kapoor wrote on Instagram, “Happy happy birthday @therealkarismakapoor . You are our inspiration for hard work determination and doing things no matter the challenges.. also thanks for paving the way for the Kapoor girls in movies.. if it weren’t for you we all wouldn’t be here.. love you”.
Tamannaah Bhatia, Riddhima Kapoor, Ekta Kapoor also took to social media to wish Karisma.
While in other news, Sonu Nigam slams six singers which includes Armaan Malik, who refuted his claims against the Indian music industry. The singer also raged against T-Series chairman, Bhushan Kumar, warning him to not attempt to defame him. The new vlog by Nigam, is just days after his previous video, where he revealed his experience of being an Indian artist at the mercy of just two music record labels, for a shot at stardom. The Indian singer also appealed to music labels to be kind to young talent if they do not wish to see any suicides in the music industry too.
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