Katrina Kaif reveals to chose the films based purely on instinct

Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif has been a part of a number of iconic Bollywood blockbusters. She began her…

Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif has been a part of a number of iconic Bollywood blockbusters. She began her career with the film Boom and then starred in the film Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya? which got her in the limelight. She went on to impress her fans with films such as Raajneeti, Ek Tha Tiger, Dhoom 3, Bang Bang!, Singh Is Kinng, Nanastey London, New York, Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Mere Brother Ki Dulhan, Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani, Bharat, and many more.

Over the years, Katrina Kaif also went to garner several accolades for her performance. Even though the actor has come a long way, she has no hesitation in accepting that she chose films based purely on instinct and not on scripts in the initial stages of her career.

Katrina on not reading the scripts before signing them

During an interview, Katrina Kaif was asked if she ever signed a film without reading the script and she has agreed on doing movies without reading scripts. She further went on to reveal that she does not exactly remember the films but it has to be one of her previous films like Welcome, Singh is Kingg, and more.

Katrina Kaif also thinks that they had bound scripts during that time. She said that when she hears the script without reading it, she takes home an untrue perspective of the plot and for one such film she actually did it. She said that she hears the script and went on to tell her friends that she was the lead character in the movie but it turn out later that she had a very support kind of role in the film. She also said that now everyone in the industry works with a bound script, and that is a very good thing.

However, she confesses that while working on a big banner, she still misses reading the script. She said that one does not want to read the script at times and can be sure of one’s part in movies like in Jab Tak Hai Jaan or Ek Tha Tiger.

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