Tuesday, 9 March, 2010

Katrina Kaif : I am not very enthusiastic to speak Hindi

It's departure in each, how these Bollywood actress on the rise. It plays a deglamorised policy and Hindi has to be perfect, but Britain born Katrina Kaif says that her role in "Rajneeti " even more excited because she is now comfortable with the language.

"Said Katrina, the hip play a string of hits on the young woman with a new look in Prakash Jha 's " Rajneeti ". Dressed in cotton saris and speaking chaste Hindi, it is a difficult role, there's look. But Hindi is now passé actress whose Hindi accent has meant that many of their early films had to be dubbed.

"I am part of (v'Rajneeti'), but I'm very excited, because I speak Hindi Hindi said in his last 10 movies. It'sa great role and a great film, and I hope people do Katrina IANS said by telephone from Dubai.

"Rajneeti " Katrina "is's first political thriller, and she said she wants her options open by restriction to a particular genre.

"Where 'sa good movie, and I enjoy it and I think the audience is, how to do this, " says the actress, who gave the greatest hits of the past two years, including the romantic comedy " Namastey London "" partner "a " Welcome ".

In "Rajneeti", she will be seen rubbing shoulders with veterans like Nana Patekar and Naseeruddin Shah along with talented actors Ajay Devgn, Manoj Bajpai, Arjun Rampal and Bollywood's new sensation Ranbir Kapoor. Produced by Ronnie Screwvala and directed by Prakash Jha, it is releasing June 4.

Katrina reportedly had a tough time dubbing for her last outing, "Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani", because director Raj Kumar Santoshi was very particular about her Hindi.

The 25-year-old, who was initially dubbed by professional artists and still faces flak for her pronounced British accent despite a successful Bollywood career, isn't worried about her Hindi accent. In fact, she is thrilled with the way her career has shaped up.

"It's been a wonderful ride so far and I've had wonderful support from a lot of people. The audience has been very supportive and I hope that I keep getting the opportunity and the good work and as long as that's there, I am happy," she said.

Apart for her Hindi in "Rajneeti", the actress has also been in the news for watching actress Madhuri Dixit's videos to prepare for a dance number in Farah Khan's directorial venture "Tees Maar Khan".

"No, I haven't gone through them (the videos) yet... We have a very high energy, fun Indian song which is kind of an item song and it has some kind of resemblance to the kind of songs that Madhuri was famous for but that's kind of where it stops," said Katrina who has once again teamed up with Akshay Kumar in the film.

"Farah is unique as a director and what she gives in her sense of glamour and presentation is something which I am very excited to be part of and I hope that we make a great film," she added.

Expected to release Dec 24, "Tees Maar Khan" also stars Akshaye Khanna.

Asked about her reported projects like the Hindi version of "The Italian Job" and "Dostana 2", she said: "At the moment, I am working on 'Rajneeti' and Farah Khan's 'Tees Maar Khan'... Anything else is yet to be announced."

The actress has been recently roped in by Lux as the face of their new variant - Purple Lotus & Cream - a soap with claimed anti-ageing properties.

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