The 42-year-old actress, who entered Bollywood at the young age of seventeen, said with time her fashion sense has evolved and people praise her for it.

"I have made many fashion blunders. I was so young when I joined films. It was like I was just out of school and on the film set. We didn't know much. But as I have grown up in the industry, my fashion sense has evolved. And I feel I do have a distinct sense of style and I am glad that people like my style," Karisma told PTI.

The "Zubeidaa" star said actresses of this generation have it easy as they have a whole team working on their looks.

"When I started which is like years ago we never had the facility to have such good stylists, such great make-up artists, now there is an entire team behind the actresses.

"I think its way easier for today's generation of actresses to look good. We just had to wear what directors or producers said in those days," she added.

The actress loves being classic when it comes to her personal style sense. "My fashion sense is just about me being me. I like the sophisticated and classic styles and looks and I have always stuck to that. I think that is what I am and it reflects through me," she said on the sidelines of Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016.

Karisma, whose last big screen outing was 2012 film "Dangerous Ishq,", has not signed any new projects as she wants to give time to her kids.

"For me, family comes first and kids are most important. I do keep myself busy with lots of endorsements and events," she said.

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