Karisma Kapoor on digital debut with ALTBalaji's Mentalhood: 'All mothers will relate to my character'
Karisma Kapoor will make her digital debut with Mentalhood, where she will play a small-town mother trying to navigate 'through the jungle of momzillas'.
Karisma Kapoor will make her digital debut with ALTBalaji's new show Mentalhood. The digital platform has also released posters from the show on Twitter.
Introducing her character Meira Sharma, Ekta Kapoor described Karisma as a small-town mother trying to navigate "through the jungle of momzillas."
Karisma spoke about her newest project and said that mothers across the board will relate to Meira. She added that she herself relates to the issues faced by her character in Mentalhood. "When I heard this script, it was so interesting. The script was about today’s mother and it was so strong. Women of all ages and all those who are mothers will identify with my character. It is also something which I am going through right now,” she said in a statement.
Check out Ekta's post and the first look posters of Mentalhood here
Meet meira sharma (she was meera but the momzillas call her ‘ meiraaa’ mairaaa’ to make her sound more fashionable)she is d inner voice of all moms ! She navigates her way thru gluten free chips n gajar ka halwa..bullies n control freaks ...n then blogs all of it!!! #Mentalhood pic.twitter.com/m2ZREOjsJc
— Ekta Kapoor (@ektaravikapoor) May 22, 2019
Meet our Mental Mom #KarismaKapoor as Meira Sharma. A small town mom, she knows parenting is all about the right balance & her muddled thoughts are put to a blog. A tired, stressed out, worrying, caring… mental mom!#Mentalhood #ALTBalajiOriginal @ektaravikapoor pic.twitter.com/6c7RBrZp4r — ALTBalaji (@altbalaji) May 22, 2019
Meet our Mental Mom #KarismaKapoor as Meira Sharma. A small town mom trying to navigate through this jungle of Mumbai momzillas. She is you, she is me & she is every mom out there. A tired, stressed out, worrying, caring; mental mom!#Mentalhood#ALTBalajiOriginal@ektaravikapoorpic.twitter.com/AjDS04zJJO — ALTBalaji (@altbalaji) May 22, 2019
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