Birthday Girl Katrina Kaif’s 10 Lesser Known Facts

Birthday Girl Katrina Kaif’s 10 Lesser Known Facts |

Birthday Girl Katrina Kaif’s 10 Lesser Known Facts |PakistanTribe.comMUMBAI – Today Katrina Kaif turns 31, here are 10 facts about her that you possibly do not know.

1 “Boom” was reportedly not supposed to be Katrina’s first film. She was first cast by Mahesh Bhatt in “Saaya” but later dropped, because she couldn’t speak Hindi at all. She then made her debut in Boom, in 2003.

2 In 2013, Katrina was the only woman who ­featured in the Top 10 of the Indian version of Forbes — Celebrity 100, a list based on the income and ­popularity of India’s biggest entertainers—with an estimated annual earning of Rs 66cr.

3 Katrina is half British and half Indian. Her father, Mohammed Kaif, is a Brit businessman of Kashmiri descent. She has six sisters and one brother.

4 Katrina was born in Hong Kong but lived in Hawaii till she was 14, before moving to England, and finally Mumbai. She has travelled across China, France, Switzerland, Poland, Japan, Belgium, Poland and other European countries.

5 Katrina is slightly superstitious. She apparently visits the Siddhivinayak Temple and Mount Mary Church in Mumbai, and Dargah Sharif in Ajmer before her films’ release.

6 In 2011, after years of denial about dating Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif finally accepted the relationship. “Salman Khan was my first serious ­relationship,” she said.

7 Katrina reportedly has a few properties in England but apparently, she doesn’t have any ­property in India. She lives in a rented apartment in Bandra, Mumbai.

8 Katrina has been living in India for over a decade now, but being a British citizen, she works on an employment visa here.

9 Katrina has worked in 21 Bollywood films so far, of which she has appeared alongside actor Akshay Kumar in the maxinum number of films (6).

10 She is the first Bollywood actor to have a Barbie doll modelled on her.

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