Katrina Kaif Takes A Jibe At Aditya Roy Kapur For Not Taking Her Advice
Mina Muzumdar|May 31, 2019
On Neha Dhupia’s show Vogue Bff, Katrina Kaif opened up about how Aditya Roy Kapur couldn’t match up to her in dance.
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Katrina Kaif, who is awaiting the release of Bharat along with Salman Khan, recently appeared on Neha Dhupia's chat show, BFF's with Vogue along with Anaita Shroff Adajania. To everyone's surprise, Katrina took a dig at Aditya Roy Kapur for not taking her advice during the shooting of a dance sequence for Fitoor.
In the chat show, Katrina was also asked to name a co-star who cannot match up to her in dance, she immediately replied, "I want to say all of them." She then reminisced about the song Pashmina from the film Fitoor with actor Aditya Roy Kapur. She said candidly that when she offered him advice, he didn't take it.
"I love Adi, but I feel that he struggled a lot in the song. It was a difficult song and he wouldn't listen to me. If you are trying to pick me up, lift me up, swing me around and do some jumps too, then I am going to be able to give you some help. But if you don’t want to listen on how to carry me, then what can be done," she said.
When host Neha asked Katrina to name a co-actor she could not trust with keeping a secret, without hesitation, Kat named her ex Ranbir Kapoor. It is a common joke in Bollywood that Ranbir is called the gossip queen of sorts as he has all the gossip in the industry.
On the work front, Katrina starred in Shah Rukh Khan’s Zero and Aamir Khan’s Thugs of Hindostan last year but unluckily, both films failed at the box office. Now Katrina Kaif is excited for her forthcoming project Bharat co-starring Salman Khan, that's all set to hit the screens on June 5. She plays the role of 'Madam Sir' Kumud and let's just say, she's here to leave us surprised and impressed with her character.