Katrina: Foreign upbringing never affected my career
Dubbing the 'top place' as a 'different altitude', Katrina said she was never under pressure to be on the top.
Gurgaon: Born and brought up on foreign shores, Katrina Kaif doesn't feel that this element has ever acted as a deterrent to her acting career in Bollywood. The 28-year-old star rather feels that this aspect of her life has made her personality 'extremely adaptable' to varied shades of cultures.
"I have been to 8-9 countries during first 12 years of life. This has made me extremely adaptable," said Katrina, who was here last evening to launch the website Gitanjalishop.com of jewellery brand Gitanjali.
After working with Salman Khan this year in 'Ek Tha Tiger' and Shah Rukh in 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan', Katrina will be sharing screen space next with Aamir in 'Dhoom 3'.
Asked about what is common among the three 'Khans' of Bollywood, Katrina said that they are on an "equal level of talent and stardom."
"It is difficult to answer who is the best... But yes, the common thing among them is talent and stardom," said Katrina.
Dubbing the 'top place' as a 'different altitude', Katrina said she was never under pressure to be on the top. "Frankly, I don't feel very much to be on top slot. Besides doing professional work, I prefer to be in company of my friends, most of whom are not actors," she said, She added that there was no relevance of the concept of male dominance in the film industry and all what is needed is
good and professional work.
Katrina revealed her plans of shooting for her new film in Delhi in coming February, besides adding that a lot of effort is being put in to make 'Dhoom 3' a big success.
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