Katrina Kaif will be seen whipping up some food in Mini Mathur’s show, The Mini Truck.
Mini says, “I told Katrina before she came on the show that even if she could not cook, people would feel happy just watching beautiful face but funnily enough she turned out to be a pro at it. I know the kind of food she likes so we made fresh pancakes but an unusual one — with fresh coconut, maple syrup, ginger and chillies. Then she made a green smoothie for everyone which I call Katrina’s Krazy Koncoction. It has banana in it and she is having it these days as a health drink. The episode turned out to be amazing. People know her as an ice maiden and glam doll but in reality she is very sweet and quite fun and lively so you will get to see a very different side of her on the show. She has opened up quite a bit about her mom and sister as she was comfortable with us. Our in house cook had made cheese dosa as that’s Katrina’s fav dish.”
The show begins with the Katrina episode.
Aanand Rai’s film with Shah Rukh Khan, where he plays a midget is supposed to go on floors later this month. The sets have been erected in Mumbai’s Film City and after a lot of discussions, Deepika Padukone decided to opt out of the film.
It would have been an interesting thing to watch DP along with her arch rival Katrina Kaif in the film. But we have to wait for someone to make it happen now. Deepika walked out, citing date issues as she has to complete Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati which is due for a November 17 release this year.
There were several speculations about who Aanand is casting in Deepika’s place. And it seems we have the answer now. It will mostly be Alia Bhatt. Yes, it will be a three lead character film – played by Alia, SRK and Katrina. While Kat and SRK are already on board, Alia is the one joining them.
A picture of Alia with SRK and Aanand has now gone viral on the Internet and this only proves that Alia is mostly the one they are in talks with. Aanand approached Anushka too but she’s also occupied with her other projects.
— OOMf (@oomf__X) April 20, 2017
Like they say, a picture can say a thousand words. Isn’t the girl with SRK bearing an uncanny resemblance to the Bhatt girl? Well, well, well…
Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif says women should not silently face atrocities and must speak up about issues like martial rape and other crimes committed against them. The actress says sometimes even educated women succumb to the pressure of societal norms and remain silent on issues which should be raised.
“I know of educated women, who remain silent in the face of violence, because they are afraid to confront societal norms and have fingers pointed in their direction. Specially when the majority of our society fails to recognise martial rape as a crime,” Katrina said.
“I would urge more women to speak up. It is not okay to feel inferior or weak, because we are not the weaker sex by any stretch of imagination,” she added. (more…)
Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif-starrer Tiger Zinda Hai has gained attention and generated discussion since the time its announcement was made on Eid. The film, which is a sequel of 2012 release Ek Tha Tiger, will be directed by Sultan director Ali Abbas Zafar who will be taking over the mantle from Ek Tha Tiger director Kabir Khan. Zafar had earlier assisted Kabir on 2009 film New York that starred Katrina Kaif. Ali tweeted–“Tiger Zinda Hai @BeingSalmanKhan #katrina kaif. Nervousness and excitement”–well the director has many plans for the film and also huge expectations to meet. See all that director had to say about the Salman-Katrina film.
Ali Abbas Zafar knows how important it is for the audience to connect with the actors of the film. Probably this is the reason why he has not changed the cast of the film.
In an interview with Mid Day, the director said about Katrina and Salman, “They have done it once together, they will rock it again. Potentially, they are both phenomenal. No one can be a huge star in this country if they aren’t good at acting. For me, an actor must necessarily have a connect with the audience. If the ticket payers are giving respect to an actor, they are the right judges to say whether they are good or bad.” (more…)