Katrina Kaif Biography
Today our topic is about the Katrina Kaif Biography. Katrina Kaif is one of eight siblings, seven girls and one boy, of a Caucasian mother of British nationality, and a father who was originally from Cashmir, India, but who has since acquired British citizenship. Her mother is now re-settledin India’s Tamil Nadu state capital, Chennai (formerly known as Madras).
She spent years in Hawaii and then in London, UK, when she was in Hawaii at the tender age of 14 when she was approached for a jewelry campaign, she started modeling accidentally. She then continued to model in London.
The reason she had her break in a Bollywood film Boom (2003) offered by none other than filmmaker Kaizad Gustad was to continue modeling.
The minute she set her foot on Indian soil, especially with her innocent expressive face, hour-glass figure, and drop-dead beautiful looks, she was flooded with modeling assignments. Best Katrina Kaif Biography Bollywood actress.
She started as a professional model with photographer Atul Kasbekar and received offers from LG, Cola, Fevicol, Lakme, & Veet after being accepted. It was the commercial of Lakme that made her noticeable. As her manager, she retained Matrix to accept work on her behalf and at the price she deserved.
It wasn’t much of a cultural shock for her to move to different cultures and countries, as she says the bottom line, no matter where you come from, is that everyone wants to be loved, respected and cared for.
Katrina Kaif Career
Katrina Kaif Career: Despite her positive attitude, she was stereotyped as “Indian” by extreme right-wingers in Britain who made it clear that she did not quite fit in with their “Blonde” Caucasian culture; while in India, on the other hand, she was ranked very much like Sonia Gandhi as an “outsider.”
Unlike other foreign artists, Katrina had no difficulty in obtaining a visa or extending it in India.
Though challenged linguistically, Katrina puts on a bold face and says other Bollywood artists like Sridevi, who didn’t know Hindi, got offers from Bollywood filmmakers, and she’s no different. She took Hindi lessons and dancing lessons to fit the culture of Bollywood. She likes to show a picture of her Kathak dancing learning where she used to dance non-stop for 7 hours a day.
Adorned with soft beautiful looks, she is not easily intimidated, but admits that she is very emotional, sensitive and concerned about her privacy. Almost an incurable romantic, she prefers to wear comfortable, unrevealing clothes at home, hates her hair and, above all, dislikes make-up.
Katrina Kaif Movies
Katrina Kaif Movies: Although her first film, Boom (2003), was panned by the critics and shunned by the audiences, she was noticed by two other Telugu films, Malliswari (2004) and Allari Pidugu (2005). She grossed 70 Lakh Rupees for Malliswari (2004)-making her top of the South Indian movie debut list of the highest paid actresses.
Not done with South Indian movies, she was signed against National Award Winner Vikram in a Tamil movie’ Bheema.’
For her part in “Maine Pyar Kyon Kiya,” she received decent reviews, as well as a brief appearance in’ Sarkar.’
Katrina made Mumbai her base, did not mind singing and dancing around the trees, and as a result she is now one of the biggest mega-stars, perhaps one of Bollywood’s highest paid female-leading actresses, and a crowd-puller whenever she appears for a live song and dance number.