'What's this news I read about me and Karisma? Super atmosphere on the sets ya! Wonder why such stories come by! Does no good to anyone! Karisma is going to make a rocking comeback and deservingly so!' Divya posted on her Twitter page.
According to a media report, Karisma is jittery about Divya taking away all the accolades after the film's release. The report states the rivalry between the two actors began when they competed for the best supporting actress National Award for 'Dil To Pagal Hai' and 'Train To Pakistan' way back in 1998.
Though Karisma took away the award, she is said to have asked her 'Dangerous Ishq' director to show her Divya's scenes in the film. But with Divya's clarification on Twitter, all seems to be well.
'Dangerous Ishq', a 3D venture, marks Karisma return on the big screen after a gap of five years. Essaying the role of a supermodel, she will star opposite model-turned-actor Rajneish Duggal.