On the eve of Katrina Kaif’s birthday, Koimoi brings to you a slice of the ravishing actress’ personal taste, hobbies, likes and dislikes. Making a journey from London to the tinsel town, catch a glimpse of the secret life of Bollywood’s very own Barbie!
The fashion trends you follow: I have never really followed fashion trends, probably because I don’t know how to. So I kind of wear whatever I have or find or get my hands on, what I feel comfortable in.
Your definition of a romantic date would be: I don’t like dates very much.
One co-actor who you always want to work with: Nobody, I cannot select like that. I have had a great time in so many of my films. New York was the funniest experience I had on a film, after that I had an amazing time in ‘Ajab’, Rajneeti was so much fun. Then I also had Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara and Yashji’s film, so there are a lot of amazing experiences that I have had while working on a film.
One co-actor you never want to work with again: All the co-stars that I worked with so far have always been nice to me. All of them! I am yet to find someone who wasn’t nice to me and wasn’t kind.
Your best buddy from Bollywood is: Well he is a director, Ali Abbas Zafar, he is my best friend. He directed me in Mere Brother ki Dulhan and I was thinking about it few days back that its so unlikely that I didn’t grow up in India and Ali was 21 when he shifted out of Dehradun. So you never really know who you might end up being best friends with!
One colour that defines your character: Would be pink! I love Pink!
The happiest moment of your life would be: When my film New York released after the cast and crew trial, I remember that day as one of the happiest moments of my life. There’s no particular reason but just because you asked me particularly, so this had been a really happy moment. That was a really really happy time for me.
The most comfortable attire that you adorn: I guess the Salwar Kameez is the most comfortable outfit to wear. Just love them.
One moment of your life that you want to experience again: (After a lot of thinking) I don’t know. I can’t figure out one because there are so many. Many times you just want to rewind time and try something all over again.
The most difficult thing for you to adjust when you just landed into the country was: The food and the language! Mainly, I would say it was very difficult for me to adjust to the food because I don’t like spicy food much. It was initially very difficult for me.
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