Zitat des Tages von Karishma Tanna:
I've seen almost all of Rajinikanth sir's movies, at least the ones that have come to Mumbai, since I don't understand Tamil. I loved him in the movie 'Hum' as well.
I can never marry an obese guy.
Even if you're doing a film, you're in the news while the shooting is on and during promotions. But once it's over, the limelight fades away, and you wait for something better to come your way.
I always try to do something different and creative with my dress sense.
People knew who Karishma Tanna is always, but through 'Bigg Boss,' they know me very well - what kind of a personality I have, what do I do in the morning and what do I do in the evening, what type of clothes I wear, how do I do my hair, how do I do make-up.
I want to concentrate on work and won't do anything to divert my concentration.
I love things which are different and shows which are different.
I discovered my love for dancing when I was barely 5-6 years of age. Whenever I would hear any music playing, I would automatically groove to it.
I was dancing when I was acting as well. Actors generally dance in performances like in an award function.
I am not a person to compromise on my priorities and family just for a show.
I get to pick so many things as an actor. Also, I'm a good observer of people and their mannerisms.
Black is a great colour when it comes to being safe and classy. It looks great on any body type and can be paired with anything. So when in doubt, go for black.
It is very different hosting and judging a show like 'Love School'; it was unlike acting in a movie or series or being part of a reality show. But I keep telling myself that I have just one life, and I have to make the most of it.
I will only talk about my work. I have always stayed away from commenting on my personal life, and that remains unchanged.
I feel every artist has a certain amount of fan following.
I'd love to do Tamil movies whenever the right script comes by.
I really like light-hearted and humourous people.
Friends do give advice, but in the end, it's up to you. Although I think it is nice to have a guy's perspective on girls' issues in relationships and vice versa.
People assumed that I wasn't open to doing TV, probably because I was doing a film and reality shows. I have become choosy and want to take up substantial roles.
I have realised I need to tone down and be easy at times. It is good to be competitive and have a fighting spirit, but one should not go to extremes.
I will never create a romantic angle to survive on a game show.
I think the only thing that is in my hands is to look good, and that is one thing I will do for sure.
Working with Hirani sir is a big thing for me. At least in my resume, I'll have a mention of his name in my filmography.
I love doing comic roles and believe I am best at it.
I'd love to host a reality show now and not be a contestant in it. I want to take a show forward.
I don't regret being on television; I just regret the fact that I wanted to be in the movies, and that didn't happen.