Friday, May 23, 2008

Karishma and Sunil Shetty.

Karishma and Sunil Shetty.

Karishma Kapoor had acted in bollywood films opposite many actors during her short career. She had acted with Govinda, Sunny Deol, Hrithik Roshan, Salman Khan and most of her films opposite these actors were successful. Sunil Shetty also acted opposite most of the leading actresses of bollywood.

Both of them acted together in the film Krishna. It was an action pact film, where Sunil Shetty’s sister was killed by Om Puri. Sunil Shetty searched the offender and found that Om Puri was responsible for the tragic incident at the end of the film. He took revenge against him. Karishma Kapoor supported him in his fight against evil. She gave impressive lisp in the song “jhaharia”.

Both of them also acted together in the film Gopi Kishen. Sunil Shetty played a double role. One of the brothers was a police constable. The twin brother was a brave person who disguised himself with the uniform of his brother to fight against the criminals. Karishma Kapoor and Shilpa Shetty were the leading actresses in the film. Sunil Shetty freed hi father played by Suresh Oberoi who was kidnapped by Mohan Joshi and his gang in the film. As there was double role of Sunil Shetty, the relatives and associates of both the brothers got confused with their identity in the film. Karishma gave good lips in the songs “hai huku”, “batti na bujha”, etc.

Both of them also acted together in the film Rakshak. It was also an action-pact film, as Sunil Shetty created his image as an action hero. As such Sunil Shetty used his bravery to address the law-breakers in the film. There were successful songs in the film including “sundara sundara”. Karisham Kapoor ably supported him in the film.

Karishma stopped acting in bollywood films after marriage. Otherwise, she may have featured in more films opposite Sunil Shetty. Sunil Shetty also has played character roles in the recent years.

The viewers expect both the of them to act together in more number of bollywood films in the years to come.

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