Thanks to actress Karishma Tanna's towering look, she was banned from wearing high heels while shooting for upcoming movie "Grand Masti" as she looked taller than her co-star Vivek Oberoi. Karishma, who is 5 feet 8 inches tall is just only few inches shorter than Vivek, who is 5 feet 10 inches. With high heels, Karishma looked much taller! So, director Indra Kumar and producer Ashok Thakeria ...
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Thanks to actress Karishma Tanna's towering look, she was banned from wearing high heels while shooting for upcoming movie "Grand Masti" as she looked taller than her co-star Vivek Oberoi.
Karishma, who is 5 feet 8 inches tall is just only few inches shorter than Vivek, who is 5 feet 10 inches. With high heels, Karishma looked much taller! So, director Indra Kumar and producer Ashok Thakeria ensured she wore flats throughout her scenes with him.
"We had to ban Karishma from wearing heels as she ended up looking taller than everyone, including her own co-star Vivek! Induji and Ashok Thakeriaji convinced her to get styled with flat shoes instead and she very sportingly agreed with a smile," said a source.
"Grand Masti" is a sequel to 2004 movie "Masti". It also stars Riteish Deshmukh and Aftab Shivdasani in lead roles.
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