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Kareena, Karisma Kapoor turn producers

Though the details are under wraps, it is confirmed that it has nothing to do with their family banner RK Films that was started by their grandfather, the late Raj Kapoor.

By: Entertainment Feature Service |
Updated: January 24, 2014 5:04:07 pm
Though the details are under wraps, it is confirmed that it has nothing to do with their family banner RK Films that was started by their grandfather, the late Raj Kapoor. Though the details are under wraps, it is confirmed that it has nothing to do with their family banner RK Films that was started by their grandfather, the late Raj Kapoor.

After Shilpa Shetty, Dia Mirza and Anushka Sharma, it is now the turn of Kapoor sisters – Kareena and Karisma to start their own production house.

Though the details are under wraps, it is confirmed that it has nothing to do with their family banner RK Films that was started by their grandfather, the late Raj Kapoor.

Saif Ali Khan, Kareena’s husband, already has his own production house Illuminati Films.

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