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Karishma probably doesn’t feel the need to get married: Randhir Kapoor

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Published Apr 21, 2017, 9:06 pm IST
Updated Apr 21, 2017, 9:06 pm IST
Papa Kapoor is very happy to see his daughter happy and settled in life but clarifies that marriage is not on the cards as of now.
Karishma with father Randhir Kapoor.
 Karishma with father Randhir Kapoor.

Mumbai: Karishma Kapoor may have been in a happy space in her personal life but that did not stop rumour mills from discussing the possibility of her getting married to rumoured boyfriend Sandeep Toshniwal. However, her father Randhir Kapoor says the actress is in no mood to tie the knot.

Sandeep’s wife has agreed to divorce him but that does not mean Karishma will take the leap for a second time. In an interview with DNA, father Randhir Kapoor said, “I think Lolo (Karisma) is very well settled and happy. I have never discussed the issue of marriage with her but if she does plan to, she will always have my blessings. But I don’t think she wants to get married. She is a happy mother and if she wants, she can get married any time but there is no step in that direction right now. She is happy the way she is. Lolo is an excellent mother who dotes on her children and probably doesn’t feel the need to get married.”

 

Karishma has been spotted with her rumoured beau Sandeep on multiple occasions but the duo has remained tight lipped about their alleged romance.

The ‘Raja Hindustani’ actress married businessman Sanjay Kapur in 2003 but soon the marriage started to crumble. And, after a long legal battle, the couple separated in June last year.

Recently, Sanjay married his long time girlfriend model and socialite Priya Sachdev and has two kids Samiera and Kiaan with Karishma.

Speaking about younger daughter Kareena Kapoor Khan, who gave birth to her first child Taimur Ali Khan on December 21 last year, the father expressed his joy to see Bebo happy and settled. He said, “Kareena too is very settled today and Saif has kept her very happy. He is a wonderful son-in-law and a fine man.”

Grandfather of three, Randhir said that his grandkids are his ‘lifeline’. “My grandchildren are my lifeline. I adore them and look forward to the time I get to meet and play with them. We Kapoors are very family-minded people. For us only family is important and we make it a point to attend each other’s birthday parties and special occasions.”

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