Katrina Kaif Replies To People Who Call Her Non-Actor

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Published by Vaidehi Tendulakar on 16 Jul 2018

It’s been 15 years since Katrina Kaif made her debut in Bollywood industry. Today, she is celebrating her 35th birthday with family in London. Well, she says it is the best time to meet her folks and be a part of happiness. Recently, she opened up on many things both personal and professional, especially how she handles when people called her non-actor.

On social media, a video featuring Katrina is going viral in which she is being humiliated with hate comments on the street of Vancouver by the fan. She said, “There will always be a certain amount of negativity towards everybody and we shouldn’t give such people any mileage. It’s unproductive. It’s not that I will put my head in the sand and pretend that I don’t know what’s going around me, but I have a good understanding of what’s good and what’s not. I just have to be true to who I am. I can’t change what people think about me”.

She is the one who believes in forgiving and forgetting “You have to forgive and forget. If you keep that bitterness in your heart towards somebody, you are holding that emotion inside you, and you will experience its effects. So, even if you have been wronged, it will still be you facing those negative emotions. Also, most people are doing what they think is right for them, at that point. It’s hurtful, but that’s the way I see it”.

On working with superstars she shared her experience , “They are all amazing people to work with and it’s extremely educational every time I get to team up with them. But what’s more important to me is being a part of good films that take cinema to newer levels in terms of content, skills, and sheer cinematic experience. I am kicked that I got a chance to be a part of such films.”

“I have been working [as an actor] for quite a few years now, and what’s exciting is that I have been part of projects that are really ambitious and innovative when it comes to utilising my skills [as an artiste]. I think I can safely say that it’s a very satisfying and exciting period for me. I am learning a lot of new things and also becoming more open to different mindsets, while continuing to evolve as an actor and reinventing myself,” she added.

On the professional aspect, Katrina will be next seen in two big budget films like Shahrukh Khan’s Zero and Aamir Khan’s Thug of Hindostan.

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