Don’t Blame Karma ending explained

This article covers the ending of the Netflix original film Don’t Blame Karma (2022), so it contains spoilers.

Don’t blame karma follows Sara and her relationship with her younger sister Lucy, her growing love for her high school best friend Aaron, and her dream of becoming a fashion designer – all hampered by her fear of a curse. This curse struck Sara as a child after she blew out the candles on Lucy’s birthday cake and “stole” her sister’s wish. Angered, Lucy screams that she will steal ALL of Sara’s wishes for the rest of her life.

Due to the lifelong jealousy she has for Lucy, Sara takes this statement to heart and lives the rest of her life like she has bad karma. She blames this perceived bad karma for ruining her chances with Aaron in high school. Just as they were about to kiss for the first time, he was called away and shortly after transferred to a different high school. Years later, Sara is in her thirties and refuses to pursue her dream of fashion design, afraid that bad karma will somehow ruin her chances.

Aaron is thrown back into Sara’s life after becoming engaged to marry Lucy, now a famous model. Sara sees this as further evidence of the curse – Lucy gets all her wishes, so of course she gets Aaron. But soon after their reunion, Sara and Aaron fall in love again and reminisce about their good times in high school. Lucy offers her sister the opportunity to design outfits for a high-profile fashion show.

Netflix movie Don’t blame karma end explained

Despite her fear of bad karma, Sara performs amazingly well in the fashion show. Her sister offers her a full-time job as a designer for her outfits. Aaron and Lucy realize they are not meant to be together, freeing Aaron to be with Sara. Unlike in high school, where they could never kiss, Sara and Aaron eventually embrace and kiss passionately.

Sara tells Lucy about her fear of the bad karma she believes she deserved as she blew out the birthday candles. Lucy finds this ridiculous and that Sara’s life was shaped by her own choices, not a curse. The two sisters then go to the beach to grant Sara a wish: to see a whale. Interestingly, this ending is redesigned Don’t blame karma about the relationship between the two sisters and not about the romance of Aaron and Sara.

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