Katrina Kaif Quotes.
No support of one star or one director or one producer can make any individual actor a star. You have to connect with the audience; the audience have to like you. That is something that cannot be manipulated or fought for or tried for. Either they like you, or they don’t.
For me, physical beauty is never the reason for attraction to anyone.
Guys never looked at me. I always had crushes on older seniors who never looked at me. So, when I tell directors that I wanna play that girl who gets rejected, they’re like, ‘Why?’ I tell them it’s because I relate to that girl much more than being the girl who makes jaws drop when she walks into a room.
I have learnt not to make plans in life, because a lot of time you make a plan that is not going to work for you
I don’t have any great detail or logic or exact point that I look for in a film. It’s just if I get a good sense from it and I feel that there is something interesting that we may be able to do with it, then I just kind of go for it.
Live and let live. I want to be happy and be loved…that’s all.
I don’t like people talking bad about me, I get hurt so precisely I don’t end up saying that for others.
It’s my job to look presentable but that doesn’t mean I have to make a fashion statement everytime I walk out the house.
I live my life exactly the way I want to. Nothing stops me from going out or being anywhere that I want to be. I am doing whatever I want to do. I do not live my life according to any restrictions whatsoever!
I’m a private person. And I have a certain way in which I protect myself. I don’t openly wear my feelings.
I have learnt not to make plans in life, because a lot of time you make a plan that is not going to work for you. Right now I am working on my career and trying to be genuine to my work. If you respect what you have got, God will give you what you need.
I believe that beauty lies in what makes you feel happy.
If you’re a public figure, people have the right to speculate and gossip.
Actually I am the one to blame. I was the one who had said that maybe I would be married in two years time. But things are different now and there is still time before I get married. As the saying goes, ‘Man proposes, God disposes’, every time we make a plan God changes it.
I am a religious person and rely heavily on prayers.
I live my life with no regrets. Each decision of mine has define my life in a certain way
Love starts when people don’t need it and ends when they need it the most.
You have to understand, beauty differs from country to country. When I came to India, I found my sense of belonging and appreciation. People thought I was beautiful.
You can try to plan your career, but not marriage.
Like the Bond girl, there’s a stigma attached to being a ‘Dhoom’ girl. You have to look pretty good, and people are going to judge you.
Dance has been a big passion for me.
At the end of the day, it is about working in a good film. It’s the films that you leave behind that matter.
It’s not my style to either wear minimum clothes, to strip, or to even be comfortable with a sex-symbol label. I just want to do good work instead of sporting such meaningless tags. Sex sells, but to a small extent, not always. And this is what filmmakers have to accept.
Don’t waste time. If you love someone tell them because sooner or later someone else is going to.
Nobody would be an actor if he/she were not charming at some level.
You have to grow. I can’t be the same person I was at 18; otherwise, I’d be stagnant.
With every film, we form a small little world for a period of time. Everybody is close, and then one fine day everything is over. That can throw you off. So you have to learn to take things in your stride and not get too emotional about people or situations.
Today, I am here, tomorrow someone else will be here. Fame and glamour are for a few days, so no one should be over-proud of it.
My choice of films has never been governed by money. That is perhaps why I don’t have a very fancy bank account. I’d rather get respect and creative satisfaction through my work than just earn money.
I think I have been very conscious throughout my career. I can’t go back and remember every line of every ad I have done, but I think in the most part I have been pretty conscious that we are not making a wrong claim. I am pretty confident with everything I do.
Every day in this industry is an experience in itself and I try to work hard not to let anyone down. It is a great feeling, but it does come with responsibility towards your colleagues and the audiences
I think what you learn from relationships is that they are unpredictable.
Financial security is crucial for your family, and I have a large family. Money does matter when you don’t have it. When you need it, you realise the value of it. In that sense, money will always have value.
I seriously don’t take praise to my heart or to my head. I only want to work harder and never get complacent.
I’m not a big spender or shopper. Neither am I extravagant, nor do I have big expenses. I mainly spend on travel. I don’t buy overpriced clothes, as I feel such expenses are unnecessary. I probably wouldn’t buy expensive watches or jewellery either.
My relationship with Salman Khan is too personal to talk about. I take my work like any other regular job, and what I do in my personal life is no one’s business. I’d rather let my work do all the talking.
Every one has her own love life. Every one has a dream to get a perfect life partner. But this is not so easy in real life. In fact, one doesn’t love; it happens.
There was a time when I desperately wanted to be part of a Yash Chopra film, not because he was a great director, but because I was an outsider and I wanted that validation of being accepted in the film industry.
I make an attempt to do different kinds of films. There’s no such formula for guaranteed success.
Salman Khan did not help me get movie offers. What rubbish! Will any producer take a risk of millions of rupees at the instance of any person? Everyone knows that the film industry is highly competitive, and one gets a job on one’s talent only and not on any recommendation.
I was always interested in fabric, clothes and designing. Maybe I would have been a designer by profession if I didn’t start acting.
I want to clear this once and for all. I was born in Hong Kong. I grew up in Japan and China. London is not home for me. I was there only for three years before I moved to India, but that’s probably why I am connected with it. London is definitely not the place I consider my home. It’s India that I consider home.
I would rather be thought of as pretty rather than sexy. It feels good to be voted by fans and that too in such huge numbers, but I don’t think if you wear a bikini or show skin, you look sexy.
I realised that you can go through times of extreme happiness, but if that happiness is not coming from a deeply rooted place, you will also be going through extreme lows of sadness.
When you’re walking at the airport, you’re expected to smile at people because they know you… I find that tough. I’m only trying to protect myself. So I don’t take my eyes off the floor. People can take that as attitude. But it’s actually shyness. Yes, it is a bad habit. But it’s a defense mechanism.
My only plan every day is to get up and go to work, work hard and come back home. And whatever else needs to happen in my life will come in its own time.
I wanted to be an actress. I wanted to be known. Yes, it’s difficult sometimes. I believe that if you’re going to be in a profession like this, which is so open to criticism, to speculation, you need to have people around you who will believe in you and stand by you.
I feel it is important not to get overly obsessed and overly carried away with just the physical aspect. There is more to beauty than just the physical appearance. You are also a complete person, and a woman should have an identity beyond just the way she looks.
Love should be all about giving and trusting.
Personally, I’m a simple dresser. I usually buy my own clothes. Jeans, T-shirts, summer dresses and track pants. Whenever I get the time or see a shop that catches my fancy, I buy something.
I have done many comedy films. Success of films like ‘Partner,’ ‘Singh is Kinng’ gets you to a very wide audience reach. But for greater gains, you need to take greater gambles. If it works, you get respect and recognition.
I am single until I get married