New Delhi, Jan 20 (IANS) She is busy running after her children and has no complaints against life, yet Bollywood actress Karisma Kapoor feels tired answering queries about her plans of making a Bollywood comeback.
'To be frank, I am under so much pressure because every time I get to meet you (media), I have to answer this question - When I am doing a film? I am here only and the day I decide to do a movie, everyone will get to know about it,' Karisma told reporters at the launch of Modicare's premium skin care product Essensual 20, here Thursday.
'You people feel I am completely off media, but I am very busy with my children and I do a lot of promotional events, even I have done few things on small screen as well, so I am very much here and active,' she said.
The 36-year-old actress looked ravishing in a pure white gown. She admitted that she was lucky to be in the industry at a time when she got meaty roles in women-centric movies like 'Biwi No 1', 'Zubeidaa' and 'Shakti'.
'If you are a good actor, directors will come to you with their script, but I must admit I was fortunate enough to be a part of this industry when I got some really wonderful, meaty roles,' she added.
Karisma has been an inspiration to all mothers who struggle to lose weight after pregnancy, as she admits, she had a tough time to get rid of that extra flab.
'I really had a tough time. But I took it up as a challenge as I believe if you put your heart and soul into something, then you can achieve it,' she said.
Karisma is blissfully married to Delhi-based industrialist Sanjay Kapur and has two children - five-year-old daughter Samaira and baby boy Kiaan, who will turn one this March.
While her sister Kareena Kapoor propagated the idea of 'zero-figure' in India, Karisma believes in healthy living.
'I eat everything, be it pastas, rice, rotis or pizza, but in moderation. I don't believe in depriving my body. I like going to gym and love to run and jog, but I feel my kids are my detox machines as they rejuvenate me completely,' she said.