Katrina Kaif reveals the name of her favourite film and asks Varun Dhawan to do the same

Today, Katrina Kaif revealed the name of her favourite film, which is an adaptation from literature, The English Patient.
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Move over Kiki challenge and Dele challenge, B-town is up to some new game. This time around, actors are nominating each other and discussing their favourite film, which has to be an adaptation from literature. Today, Katrina Kaif revealed the name of her favourite film and it is no Bollywood film but a beautiful film adapted from literature called The English Patient. The English Patient is a 1996 American romantic war drama film directed by Anthony Minghella, based on the novel of the same name by Michael Ondaatje.  

It all started with Sonam Kapoor nominating her sister Rhea Kapoor to share her favourite film. Sonam recently shared her favourite films Gone With The Wind and Breakfast at Tiffany's which are based on literature. Gone With The Wind is a novel by Margaret Mitchell which was published in 1936 that was woven around the American Civil War and the Reconstruction Era. Soon a film was made on it in 1939 featuring Clark Gable, Vivian Leigh and Leslie Howard. Her status read, “'I'd cut up my heart for you to wear if you wanted it'. Margaret Mitchell wrote. Vivian Leigh’s Scarlett O’Hara cut up her curtains instead. I nominate @priyankachopra to share her favourite film adapted from literature."

It was Rhea Kapoor who nominated Katrina Kaif to reveal the name of her favourite film and Rhea, here is Katrina’s reply. Now, taking this game forward, Katrina Kaif further nominated actor Varun Dhawan to share his favourite film which is an adaptation of literature. But hang on, knowing Arjun Kapoor, how could he stop from commenting and so, Arjun replied to Katrina’s post and said, “From today I shall call u…..the English patient.”

 

 

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Comments

None of them like Bollywood movies??

ironic isn't it? always looking to the West!

Actually Sonam does read since she has quoted lines in her previous interviews, as for the rest of them, I don’t believe for a second they read literature..

As if any of them reads books.

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