The highly anticipated premiere of Kareena Kapoor’s latest film, ‘The Buckingham Murders,’ at the MAMI Film Festival in Mumbai was an evening filled with pride and excitement, as her sister, Karisma Kapoor, showed her unwavering support.
Karisma Kapoor’s Cheers on Instagram: Karisma Kapoor, known for being her sister’s biggest cheerleader, took to her Instagram profile to share her joy. She posted a heartwarming photo of herself with Kareena from the premiere night and wrote, “Always your biggest cheerleader. Can’t wait for everyone to see what you have done in ‘The Buckingham Murders.'” She accompanied the post with hashtags #JioMAMIMumbaiFilmFestival2023 and #sisterlove. In the comments section, Kareena’s close friend, Malaika Arora, expressed her affection with heart emojis.
Karisma’s Enthusiastic Review: On her Instagram story, Karisma continued to shower praise on the film and her sister’s performance. She shared a still from ‘The Buckingham Murders’ and wrote, “What a gripping and gut-wrenching film, Fabulous performance by the sister who had me in tears and such excellent performances by every cast member. Loved it. Congrats to the entire team #TheBuckinghamMurders.”
The MAMI Film Festival Premiere: The official Instagram page of the MAMI Film Festival also documented the film’s premiere, describing it as a “great start to a much-awaited festival.” They shared photos from the event, highlighting the presence of the entire cast and crew, making the South Asian premiere of the film a resounding success.
Kareena Kapoor’s Recent Work: Kareena Kapoor, who was last seen in ‘Jaane Jaan’ alongside Vijay Varma and Jaideep Ahlawat, is set to continue her impressive career with Rhea Kapoor’s ‘The Crew.’ This film also features talented stars like Tabu, Kriti Sanon, and Diljit Dosanjh.
Karisma Kapoor’s Upcoming Project: On the other hand, Karisma Kapoor is gearing up for her next project titled ‘Brown.’ Renowned for her iconic roles in films like ‘Raja Hindustani,’ ‘Dil To Pagal Hai,’ ‘Judwaa,’ and ‘Biwi No 1,’ among others, Karisma has balanced commercial success with critically acclaimed performances in movies like ‘Zubeidaa’ and ‘Fiza.’ In 2012, she made a comeback with the film ‘Dangerous Ishhq,’ showcasing her enduring charisma and talent.
As ‘The Buckingham Murders’ gains recognition at the MAMI Film Festival, it’s evident that the Kapoor sisters continue to make their mark in the world of cinema with their impressive acting skills and unwavering sisterly support.
Sources By Agencies