Screen Exclusive: You can do a role like 'Dhoom 3' only once, says Katrina Kaif
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It's been almost a year since we saw the exquisite actress on the silver screen, but if the stunning swings and twirls as a circus performer in Dhoom 3 is anything to go by, then we are in for another round of spellbinding performance by KATRINA KAIF.
Barring the fact that she is a tad too thin, Katrina Kaif is looking as alluring as always in a skin fitting jeans and top. Tell the actress that she needs to put on a bit of weight and she surprisingly agrees. "I know it's damn irritating because generally I am a little more full. I can hardly feel any flesh now. And I am desperately trying to put on some weight," she chuckles, adding, "To make sure I don't lose more weight I have started eating a big bowl of milk and rice. It's easy to eat and helps to put on weight." Pinching the flesh on her arms and calves, the actress says good-humouredly, "Come back! Where have you gone?"
Kaif, who came at a time when foreign actresses were just considered frills to the movies, steadily rose to greater heights. She went on to become the queen of the marquee, working with the best heroes in business — Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, Ranbir Kapoor, Hrithik Roshan, Shah Rukh Khan and now, Aamir Khan. Her story has a fairytale quality to it.
The actress is presently quite excited about her once-in-a-lifetime role in Dhoom 3 — that of a circus performer for which she went about preparing after her last film, Jab Tak Hain Jaan, a year ago.
Seated on the fourth floor of Yash Raj Studios the actress is eager to talk about the third installment of the racy Dhoom franchise. Her role of a gymnast is a first-of-a-kind role attempted by a Hindi film actress. "I have put myself out there and am waiting for the 'public verdict'," she says.