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SRK-Katrina to romance in Farah's next?

Agencies  New Delhi, April 13, 2012
First Published: 14:18 IST(13/4/2012) | Last Updated: 17:29 IST(25/4/2012)

Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif who are pairing up for Yash Chopra's directorial venture, might work together again in Farah Khan's next.

An industry source informed the tabloid that the choreographer-turned-director was always keen on casting Katrina in Happy New Year, that she was planning to make with SRK. The film, however, was delayed post their fall-out. But thanks to the slap episode (SRK and Shirish Kunder's), Farah-SRK paatched up and the movie will finally see light of the day.

Katrina is quite fond of Farah since her Tees Maar Khan days (read Sheila Ki Jawani) and would most likely say yes to her.

“It is believed that Katrina was keen that Farah direct her sister Isabel in her Bollywood debut,” the source was quoted by the tabloid.

Not only this, recently Katrina also strongly recommended Farah's name for an ad shoot.

“Initially, the agency was planning to get another director to shoot the ad. But at Katrina’s behest, they approached and inked the deal with Farah,” adds the source.

OFF-SCREEN CHEMISTRY: SRK and Katrina Kaif at an awards function
Well, it seems Katrina has been making the right career moves.

SRK-Kat's growing bond
When SRK and Katrina were shooting in London's chilling weather, SRK ensured Katrina stays warm. He directed his staff to get jackets for her. After he learnt that Kat was looking for a particular bag, he even gifted her a fancy gym bag with a note saying: "Have a great workout".

Katrina, who travels without security unlike other biggies, was escorted by SRK's personal bodyguard when a safety issue surfaced. The two apparently have developed a special bond. "She loves talking to him and often asks him for professional as well as personal advice," a daily quotes a source as saying.

FIRST LOOK: SRK and Katrina in a still from YRF's untitled

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