Katrina Kaif Responds to a Fan’s Marriage Proposal in a Very Witty Way

Katrina Kaif is our nation’s heartthrob! She has been in Bollywood for more than a decade now and has made humongous fans and followers. Recently, Katrina made an appearance at Arbaaz Khan’s chat show, Pinch, and as per the format of the show, she reacted to some of the hilarious comments on her social media pages and we can guarantee, you are going to love her witty replies.

Generally, the stars that come on Arbaaz Khan’s chat show are shown some ‘mean’ comments and tweets, but this time, Arbaaz rather chose to show a marriage proposal to Katrina from a fan who called her ‘bewafa’ and said he will die without her. The fan wrote,

“Give me your number and make marry with me bewafa Katrina. I am your deep love and I will die without you.”

To which, Katrina responded,

“It’s good to know that there are certain people who are feeling this kind of intense emotion. In today’s day and age, I feel everyone’s all about being balanced and not taking anything too seriously.”

Another fan wrote,

“Every time a Bollywood actress does an item number, we set women back a decade.”

To this, Katrina, who has done various dance numbers such as Chikni Chameli and Sheela ki Jawani, replied,

“I have a slightly different viewpoint on this, being someone for whom dance is a big part of life. I don’t view my songs as item numbers. They are not. Because dance is an art form, it’s an expression.”

After reading a comment that asked her about marriage, she said,

“No clue. I am taking one day at a time. Life is unpredictable. We don’t know what happens.”

Asked if she believes in marriage and wants to settle down someday, the Bharat actress said,

“As a person, I do believe in the institution of marriage and having kids. That I do.”

When a user criticized the Zero actress by calling her monotonous and repetitive, while praising her dancing skills and amazing body, Katrina responded to the criticism in a positive way and said,

“You know, actually more than anyone, I agree with Poornima (fans’ name) here in the fact that in our industry, people like to stick with what has become successful and what has worked,” adding further she said, “So I myself constantly try… Every time someone mentions the word ‘song’ to me, my antenna goes up and the first thing I think of is, ‘Guys, it has to be something new. It has to be something different and visually refreshing.’ Because I have done these things.”

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