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Today when Katrina Kaif would be celebrating her birthday, she would certainly be thanking her fortune for it is her association with the Hindi film world, which has adorned her with this distinction based on an internet based survey, done in United Kingdom, from all over the world. It is also underlining the fact that now she has become a celebrity of international repute, thanks to her association with the Hindi film world.

Her lineage also needs to be taken into account for the accolades that she is winning all around the world. She would be probably the first lady who has half-her roots coming from the heaven of the earth aka Kashmir, as her father was a Kashmiri. It is altogether a different matter that she might not have set foot on Kashmir herself, but genealogies just cannot be wished away.

It is always difficult for a female actor to find her moorings, if her debut turns out to be a damp squib as it happened with Katrina Kaif when she debuted in Kaizad Gustad's BOOM in 2003. However, she was fortunate enough, may be because of her association with her beau Salman Khan or otherwise that she had good films in her kitty. She was also brandished as an actor who was uncomfortable to speak in Hindi, but when this handicap was never asked. And did she prove her detractors wrong! Indeed, she did.

In quick succession, films like SARKAR, MAINE PYAAR KYON KIYA, NAMASTE LONDON, APNE, PARTNER, and WELCOME etc. Fortunately for her, in most of these films either she was playing the character who was from London or an NRI or a person who after completing her education outside the country was coming back to India. This turned out to be blessing in disguise for her as the so-called dubious claim of not being able to speak without an accent was taken care of by the characters who having association in a western environment were logically supposed to have accented Hindi. SINGH IS KINNG also seems to be following in the same category.

The real test for her may come if she has to play a character which is seeped deep in the nuances of rural India, but the way her career is going right now it seems to be a distinct possibility. The pattern of being cast into a particular mold, for her being a westernized girl, she would continue to get the roles underlining this strength and Hindi films would become her oyster to pick up and savor.



view KATRINA KAIF picture gallery

view KATRINA KAIF picture gallery

Today when Katrina Kaif would be celebrating her birthday, she would certainly be thanking her fortune for it is her association with the Hindi film world, which has adorned her with this distinction based on an internet based survey, done in United Kingdom, from all over the world. It is also underlining the fact that now she has become a celebrity of international repute, thanks to her association with the Hindi film world.

Her lineage also needs to be taken into account for the accolades that she is winning all around the world. She would be probably the first lady who has half-her roots coming from the heaven of the earth aka Kashmir, as her father was a Kashmiri. It is altogether a different matter that she might not have set foot on Kashmir herself, but genealogies just cannot be wished away.

It is always difficult for a female actor to find her moorings, if her debut turns out to be a damp squib as it happened with Katrina Kaif when she debuted in Kaizad Gustad's BOOM in 2003. However, she was fortunate enough, may be because of her association with her beau Salman Khan or otherwise that she had good films in her kitty. She was also brandished as an actor who was uncomfortable to speak in Hindi, but when this handicap was never asked. And did she prove her detractors wrong! Indeed, she did.

In quick succession, films like SARKAR, MAINE PYAAR KYON KIYA, NAMASTE LONDON, APNE, PARTNER, and WELCOME etc. Fortunately for her, in most of these films either she was playing the character who was from London or an NRI or a person who after completing her education outside the country was coming back to India. This turned out to be blessing in disguise for her as the so-called dubious claim of not being able to speak without an accent was taken care of by the characters who having association in a western environment were logically supposed to have accented Hindi. SINGH IS KINNG also seems to be following in the same category.

The real test for her may come if she has to play a character which is seeped deep in the nuances of rural India, but the way her career is going right now it seems to be a distinct possibility. The pattern of being cast into a particular mold, for her being a westernized girl, she would continue to get the roles underlining this strength and Hindi films would become her oyster to pick up and savor.



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