Here’s who Katrina Kaif wants to invite to her wedding with Ranbir
Katrina Kaif is known as a very private person, one who does not divulge into details regarding her personal life. The actress has not confirmed her relationship with colleague Ranbir Kapoor and tends to evade the question, when asked about it. However, the Bollywood babe did drop some hints a couple of days ago when she said that she would love Salman Khan to attend her wedding.
Well, according to her latest interview, Katrina Kaif revealed the guest list for her wedding, whenever it happened.
“I want everyone in the world to attend my wedding,” said Katrina. “When you decide to get married, and are prepared to tell the world that ‘we are making a commitment’, you become comfortable with people talking about it.”
Katrina Kaif also spoke about as to how she was only a private person and was mistook for an arrogant one most of the times. “A private person [like me] doesn’t like to talk about sensitive and delicate topics like relationship and love. And if that (being silent) is misconceived as arrogance, then it’s the ignorance of that person [who forms such a perception about me],” said Katrina.
Katrina Kaif also spoke on the rumour of being engaged to actor Ranbir Kapoor. Kat denied the rumours as being false and fabricated.
“I can’t answer why (the rumours surfaced), and where they came from. But the correct statement is: I am not engaged. There are no plans of marriage right now. Am I happy with my life? Yes. Am I happy working? Yes. Am I happy with the people in my life? Very much. And that’s where I stand today.”
Katrina Kaif also spoke about her upcoming film titled Phantom, which has attracted the attention of Hafiz Saeed and been criticized in Pakistan.
“Kabir has voiced it (defended the film) brilliantly and clearly. No one has seen the movie yet, so it’s not right for anybody to comment on it. So don’t get your mind all blocked or confused with such things. At the end of the day, it’s a film, and is meant to entertain. There is no need to overcomplicate the matter,” she said.