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Katrina Kaif talks about completing 15 years in Bollywood

Katrina Kaif talks about completing 15 years in Bollywood


Katrina Kaif talks about completing 15 years in Bollywood


Katrina Kaif completes 15 years as an actress in Bollywood. In a recent interview, she opened up about her journey so far and her future plans. She said, “Acting in movies has given me an incredible amount of satisfaction. For me, the most wonderful place to be in is on a film set and that’s primarily because I just love the process of exploring a character and being part of films, which are going to be forever. It’s something which is indescribable and an intrinsic part of me as well. I think one thing that I have continuously tried to do is not to have any set, rigid formula, and to respond instinctively to what I do.”



Katrina Kaif


Katrina, who has been a successful actress with a number of hit films to her credit, also shared that she tries to enjoy every moment and not take herself too seriously. She said that she is looking forward to 2020. “The idea is to maintain a mix and balance of different kinds of stories as well as genres that excite me.” Well, we can't wait to watch you on the big screen again girl!








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