Karisma Kapoor was spotted with Samaira and Kiaan Raj Kapoor visiting her mother Babita at her residence in Bandra, Mumbai. All pictures/Yogen Shah
Karisma Kapoor sported a casual look in a white long kurta, denims and a stole as she waved at the photographers before entering her mother's house.
Karisma Kapoor in a recent interview with IANS said her journey of carving a niche for herself in the Hindi film industry has not been easy.
In picture: Karisma Kapoor's daughter Samaira seen at Babita's residence in Bandra.
Karisma Kapoor said, "I believe that my family has been the most formidable film dynasty that the Indian cinema has seen. My journey of carving a niche for myself in this industry hasn't been the easiest. While the longstanding legacy of my family did inspire me to be a part of this industry, I've had to work very hard for that recognition. With generations behind you, it does take a whole lot of skill and talent to be the best version of yourself."
In picture: Karisma Kapoor son Kiaan Raj Kapoor at Babita's home.
Karisma Kapoor further added, "It was such an honour to work so closely with the finest talent in our country. I have never really used any strategy; I have always relied on my own instinct. All of the opportunities that came my way, of working with such wonderful filmmakers, were rather organic. I fell in love with their stories and I am so glad that I got to be a part of them."
In picture: Karisma Kapoor with Samaira and Kiaan in Bandra.
Asked if she felt that the age of an actress is considered detrimental in the industry, Karisma, who is a mother of two, said: "I don't regard age as a parameter for one's success. There has been a shift in the mindset of the audiences as well. Age to me has and always will be a non-issue. Today, there are some great roles out there for everybody and gone are the days when an actor's success was equated to how old he or she was."
Karisma Kapoor and kids Samaira and Kiaan visited Babita at her residence in Bandra, Mumbai. We have pictures