Katrina Kaif opens up on being stereotyped: Nobody can tell me what I can do, that's for me to decide

Katrina Kaif talks about being stereotyped in the industry and says that nobody can tell her what she can do as that is for her to decide.
Katrina Kaif opens up on being stereotyped: Nobody can tell what I can do, that's for me to decideKatrina Kaif opens up on being stereotyped: Nobody can tell what I can do, that's for me to decide
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Katrina Kaif is a renowned name in Bollywood. The actress came into the limelight when she shared the screen with Salman Khan in Maine Pyaar Kyu Kiya? Giving a chain of hits thereafter, Katrina shot to fame in no time. The actress also placed her foot forward in South where she featured in films like Allari Pidugu, Malliswari and more. Besides her incredible acting, Katrina is also known for her crisp dance moves and over the top good looks. The starlet has not only given us interesting films to binge-watch but also catchy numbers to groove on.

However, being born and brought up in London, Katrina has been stereotyped for most of her career for being an outsider but the talented actress continues her stake without batting an eyelid. In a recent interview when asked about being typecast in the industry, Katrina gave the most fitting response and we are in awe of her! The actress endorsed a positive outlook as she preached that it is important to have a clear vision of the mark someone wants to make for herself. People around are bent on passing judgments without knowing one's capabilities. Katrina further said that nobody can tell her what she wants to do or what she can do as that is for her to decide.

 

Meanwhile, on the professional front, Katrina recently featured in Bharat alongside Salman Khan. The film released on June 5, 2019. Katrina will next be seen in Rohit Shetty's Sooryavanshi opposite Akshay Kumar. The story revolves around Akshay Kumar as DCP Veer Sooryavanshi, the chief of the Anti-Terrorism Squad. Being the fourth installment of Rohit Shetty's police universe, the film is slated to hit the cinema halls on March 27, 2020.

Also Read: PHOTOS: Katrina Kaif totally owns the red carpet in her shimmer and shiny bling dress

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