Salman and Katrina rocked Ek Tha Tiger, but now, it has also made the lead pair cautious of signing films together. “If we’re a successful pair, why won’t people want to cast us?” asks Katrina, admitting she’s always getting plenty of offers to star opposite Salman. “But we won’t work together unless something is a step above Ek Tha Tiger,” she says.
Tell her she barely got to celebrate the success of the film thanks to shooting sessions for other films, and she says, “Shooting schedules are always like that. Around the time of its release, we promoted the film the best we could.
After that, we just had a small get-together at Kabir’s (director Kabir Khan) house to celebrate its success. I’ve never been a very vocal person anyway, so I prefer focusing my energy on what’s next.” What about rumours that she has already a bought a house? “Not at all. I don’t deny that I want to (move into a new house) soon, but I haven’t even started looking.”
And no, she is not busy making friends either. “They (other female actors) are all my colleagues and they are all lovely girls. We make it a point to catch up whenever we bump into each other, but I’m not friends with any of them,” she clears.