Karisma Kapoor is a very private person and we’ve all witnessed the same. But her rumoured relationship with Sandeep Toshniwaal has been quite the buzz in B-town. The industry folks believe that things are going pretty strong between them. So much that he even attended the family function which had most of the Kapoors in the house. It has been reported and various party-goers even spotted Lolo’s beau at father Randhir Kapoor’s birthday party! A few pics from the party have started doing rounds on the internet where Sandeep and Karisma are spotted having a good time with famjam.
While the two have been spotted together attending B-town parties on various occasions, this is the first time the duo was seen at a family function. This was a strictly close friends and a family affair, so his presence there is noteworthy. A picture of the two with Karisma’s parents Randhir and Babita has gone viral on social media. Does that mean the two will take their relationship to the next level? The only hitch is Sandeep is still embroiled in a bitter divorce battle with his estranged wife. Karisma, on the other hand, is divorced from Sanjay Kapur. We had reported right after Taimur’s birth that probably Lolo is engaged as she was spotted flaunting a ring on her ring finger. Once again, the actress chose to keep mum about it. (ALSO READ – Is Karisma Kapoor secretly engaged?)
There were claims that Saifeena’s baby boy Taimur was also present at the party. However, we told you that it’s not true. Randhir Kapoor confirmed the same with Mumbai Mirror as he stated, “My daughters and my three wonderful grandchildren make me feel on top of the world. Taimur is too young to attend, but I am happy Karisma’s kids -Samaira and Kiaan Raj could come even though it was a school day,” said Randhir to the daily, adding that he missed his sisters, Ritu Nanda and Reema Jain, who couldn’t be a part of the celebrations as they were away in the US. “I’m fortunate I have my father’s lovely bungalow with a big garden where the entire family can meet to sing, laugh, drink. No one remembers anything the next day!”