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Monday, March 5, 2012

Katrina Kaif: Full of amazing stunts in Ek Tha Tiger

Katrina Kaif: Full of amazing stunts in Ek Tha Tiger: Following moving to chartbusters like Chikni Chameli (Agneepath, 2012) and Sheila ki jawani (Tees Maar Khan, 2010), performer Katrina Kaif would like to do something distinctive. The character newly played the function of a swooping teacher in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011), and shot a promotion picture underwater in Thailand for a ubiquitous mango drop without any swooping rigging to uphold her.

She should now be perceived performing full-fledged movement scenes in regardless several out of four of her approaching undertakings—Ek Tha Tiger, Dhoom 3, Yash Chopra's Diwali discharge and Dostana 2.

Katrina has supposedly even now shot a couple of punch-and-kick groupings for Ek Tha Tiger with Salman Khan, that too without undergoing too countless workshops and practices.

“I unequivocally wish I keep on to play stacks of distinctive elements since I get to study such a large number of revamped things. I have shot some quite animating stunts in Ek Tha Tiger. It was a charging encounter for me. I don’t think I’ve done something similar to this before,” she expresss, cannot give distant the portions. “The diversion is lost even depending on if I remotely portray the scenes. Anyway I need to allow that the movement is testing.”

When goaded concerning her rumoured underwater battle scenes, and a fiery part tune with Aamir Khan in Dhoom 3 that takes off in June for the present year, the 27-year-old performer expresss, “Dhoom 3 is an activity-pressed picture. It's a successful establishment that has eminent cinematography, melodies and activity scenes. Yet without shooting for it could be uncalled for me to tell you precisely what I’m determined to do. You’ll need to hold up and look at.”

Interim, the character has chosen to give her one-tune presence a break for now. “I’m upbeat with every last trace of the gratefulness that came my course for Chikni Chameli. We worked blatantly hard on it. By the time we wrapped up the shoot, I was remarkably worn out,” reviews Katrina.

“In any case its all been worth it. As of this moment, I’m centered on the a few pictures I’m shooting, and the third that I will begin soon. Notwithstanding there are no plans for whatever viable solo tune presence.”

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