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All work and no play for Katrina

With four films ready for release, the actress tells Monika Adlakha that she's left with no time for herself.

india Updated: Nov 29, 2006 12:34 IST

Katrina Kaif knows how well to skirt controversies, like the one surrounding her skirty appearance in a dargah premises. Perhaps, it will help create buzz for her forthcoming release, Vipul Shah’s Namaste London.

In town recently, Katrina had just one thing to say: “I hope people will enjoy it (Namaste London) as much as I enjoyed its making.”

Lost and found:
Katrina has found her svelte figure back after losing a few pounds. She says she lost weight “purposely, to suit the modern looking character of Namaste London. I also get to say my own dialogues, though it has taken some time.” The film is slated for a February release and also stars Akshay Kumar.

Katrina Kaif will be next seen in Vipul Shah's Namaste London. 

No fireworks:
We wonder why did she have to say no to RGV’s Sholay. Answers Katrina, “I just didn’t have any dates. But that has not sprouted any problem between us at all. We are good friends and will do a film together at the next opportunity.” As of now, she is busy as a bee as she has four more films in her kitty. Next in line is Welcome (with Akshay Kumar), Apne (featuring the Deols),Partnerwith Salmanand Rockstar opposite John Abraham.

And the buzz is that she has also signed up films with Abbas Mastan and Rituparno Ghosh.

Working hard:
“This long list leaves me with no time at all for myself. I am actually shooting everyday. But the good thing is that all these films will see me in a different light altogether,” she says.

And with work being her priority, she is consciously steering clear of all controversies. “I would not want to talk about things which are beyond my comfort level,” she offers diplomatically.

First Published: Nov 29, 2006 12:34 IST