Bollywood diva Katrina Kaif opened up about her feel-good go-to movies. There are some films even she steers clear of.
Indo-British actress Katrina Kaif has a soft spot for gooey romantic comedies. In an interview with IMDB’s original series The Insider’s Watchlist, the actress said that these movies ‘really pick you up when you’re down’.
Her feel-good go-tos are rom-coms featuring Julia Roberts, Hugh Grant, and Meg Ryan. These movies get Kat out of a bad mood.
“Sleepless in Seattle, Pretty Woman, Four Weddings and a Funeral, there’s such an innocent, pure, joyous quality those films”
Katrina Kaif Loves Romances
Kat seems to be a fan of gooey romantic comedies. She even suggested Mughal-e-Azam as a die-hard classic that everyone should see.
Though the Dhoom 3 actress’ guilty pleasure is actually Gossip Girl.
There are some kinds of movies that even artists will stay away from. In conversation, the 35-year-old actress let the cat out the bag on her dislike for being scared. Katrina said she ‘stays away from horror movies‘.
“Horror. I’m too scared, it scares me. I don’t want to be scared.”
She Bingewatches Like the Rest of Us
The Thugs of Hindostan actress revealed that she is guilty of binge-watching like the rest of us. She said that now that she has less time to enjoy content, she crams up on her watching list whenever she can.
One show Katrina is really looking forward to seeing is the prequel to Game of Thrones. She’s also looking forward to another season of Girls (if they make one).
She recently saw the series Made in Heaven and was blown away. On the film front, she was all praise for Gully Boy and A Private War.
Inspired By Films To Do Films
When asked about what movie inspired her to join the biz, Katrina Kaif named a few favorites:
“Gone with the Wind and MGM musicals like Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and Singing in the Rain”.
The Bollywood actress was moved by the ‘performance and razzmatazz’ of these Hollywood classics. These films inspired her to embark on an acting career.
When Katrina Kaif started off in Bollywood, her Hindi was pretty shabby. Despite criticism from critics, Kat gained a Bollywood fanbase and is now considered one of India’s highest-paid actresses. All that hard work did pay off for Kat.