Karishma Tanna is undoubtedly one of the most glamorous actresses of small screen
Karishma's impish charm and a blazing smile has garnered a lot of fan following.
Karishma studied in Sydehnam College, Mumbai and always aspired to get in showbiz industry
Karishma started with modellling and was seen in many commercials for reputed brands like Nirma, Lifebuoy and Stayfree.
She has been in the television industry for almost a decade and has been a part of shows like 'Des Mein Nikla Hoga Chand', 'Shararat', 'Kkusum' among others.
She has been a part of reality shows like 'Zor Ka Jhatka- Total Wipeout' and 'Comedy Circus- Maha Sangram'.
Reports suggest that Karishma was dating Hanif Hilal, the choreographer and actor for over a year but they broke up.
Hanif and Karishma bonded on the sets of reality show Zor Ka Jhatka (hosted by Shahrukh Khan).
Karishma has previously been linked with Bappa Lahiri.
Karishma had her first brush with movies in the year 2005, Karishma starred in Suneet Dharshan's 'Dosti: Friends Forever', starring Bobby Deol, Akshay Kumar, Juhi Chawla, Lara Dutta and Kareena Kapoor.
Six years later she appeared in a Kannada film titled 'I Am Sorry Mathe Banni Preethsona', directed by Ravindra H. P. Das and starring Sanjana and Prem Kumar.
Recently she was seen adult comedy flick 'Grand Masti', directed by Indra Kumar and starring Manjari Fadnis, Maryam Zakaria, Kainaat Arora, Bruna Abdullah, Sonalee Kulkarni, Aftab Shivdasani, Vivek Oberoi and Ritesh Deshmukh.
In an interview, Karishma had said that it is very difficult for TV actors to establish identity in films.
She said it is not easy to break through the stereotype image from television and form a new identity on the big screen.
Karishma will not take up 'saas-bahu' serials now but is open to doing non-fiction shows. She was recently seen in kids TV show Balveer.
Karishma says she would never want to fake being someone else in front of anyone and would just like to be herself.
Karishma said she has made a mistake of judging people and went wrong many times. So she would not even think of judging others again.
Karishma says she would not like to give anyone false hopes and play with people's feelings.