One of the Bollywood's most scintillating dancer, Katrina Kaif is now ready to sizzle with yet another chartbuster, Afghan Jalebi, in Saif Ali Khan's forthcoming film, Phantom. The Kabir Khan-directed film releases on Friday. However, it's not the songs that make Katrina nervous about her performance. Shooting in front of thousands of prying eyes, trying to concentrate in front of a 'rowdy' crowd, she says, is her worst nightmare.
"Shooting the climax sequence of Phantom was very difficult. The crowd in Malerkotla (Punjab, where Kabir recreated a Pakistani village for his movie) was very rowdy... they were sweet but very rowdy. The climax was an emotional scene where I was running into the camera, see something, and was supposed to have a powerful, charged reaction on my face. I am supposed to be emotional and tense at that point. But the crowd around us kept saying funny things, were laughing and calling me names all through," Katrina said in a candid chat with Hindustan Times.