Katrina is really excited about the release of her upcoming flick, ‘Baar Baar Dekho’. She has even made sure she is part of the movie promotions and the team even did a flash mob to ‘Kala Chashma’ at Jaipur Railway station.
In an interview with a leading daily, Katrina spoke about her last two releases and why she believes they flopped.
She said, “I feel, in both those films (Phantom, Fitoor), my concentration was not 100 per cent. My priorities were slightly different at that point in time. I guess I was in a very relaxed space. My focus was not 1,000 per cent like it should have been on a film set. That was also an important lesson for me to learn. If a person takes things for granted or takes it easy, it will always show and the film will obviously suffer. I know I could have done better. Not that I didn’t try, I did. Especially in Fitoor, we all tried a lot. But maybe, I could have tried harder and could have given more.”
Katrina also spoke about her experience playing a 60-year-old. She said, “We had the best prosthetics team in the world. So I was very happy. We had loads of fun. Playing a 60-year-old was not even an issue. It was not distracting. Nitya (Mehra, director of the film) had done a lot of work with us. We didn’t just walk on to the set trying to execute this film. We had discussions about each phase. We did a lot of look tests to check how we looked. Nitya was very clear about how she saw both our characters at every age, knowing exactly what they would be feeling. That was priceless guidance to have.”
Also, check out the flash mob below.