Her personal life has always been a rocky ride but Karisma Kapoor proclaims that she never stopped believing in love.
In 2005, Karisma's personal life made for the front pages of tabloids when it was revealed that she and her industrialist husband Sanjay Kapur has separated. The couple, according to reports, made up again for the sake of their kids (Seven-year-old daughter Samaira and two-year-old son Kian). Two years back, Lolo suddenly shifted base to Mumbai with her kids while her husband stayed back in Delhi amidst rumours that the two have decided to stay separately again.
But quiz Karisma about her husband and the alleged separation and she immediately zips her lips. "I won't answer any question about my personal life. You ask me anything about my film or about anything else, I will answer. But please don't try to peek into what's happening in my life outside the studio," she says in a firm tone.
We tactfully then ask her if she thinks love is blind. "Yes, I believe that love is more than blind," comes her reply.
Without a prompt, she continues, "Love is not only blind but it is also unconditional. We shouldn't have conditions in love. Falling in love is very important but you might not always get a nice guy to fall in love with," says the actress.
We couldn't help but then ask if she had had many bad experiences with relationships. She admits that though she has had a lot of bitter experiences with her partners but there are some good moments that she cherishes as well. "I have been through many ups and downs but it's not true that I have been through rocky patches all the time. There have been some great moments to cherish too," she says.
The actor was officially dating Abhishek Bachchan and was even engaged to the actor before before she married Sanjay.
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