Ranbir is a huge part of my life, says ladylove Katrina

Katrina Kaif and Ranbir Kapoor are the cutest Bollywood couple. During an interview with the leading daily, mid-day, Katrina opens her heart about her alleged boyfriend and actor Ranbir Kapoor. She admits that Ranbir is a huge part of her life but marriage is not going to take place so early.   

“Ranbir is a huge part of my life. But I am not getting married in the near future and I have not thought about it. I barely speak about my relationships. This is a stand I decided to take at an early stage of my career”.

Katrina said that she was hurt with the Ibiza incident as media invaded her privacy.  “Well, that was an invasion of my privacy and my anger was an instinctive thing. I am comfortable with the media but I was hurt when I saw those pictures. I don't regret my actions. I still feel that there should be some boundaries”, she added.  

Katrina’s youngest sister Isabel also took up acting as her career. Isabel will be seen in ‘Dr. Cabbie’ a Canada film produced by Salman Khan’s Being Human production. Kat said “Yes, she was in Canada last week for the music launch of her first film. We are six sisters and she is my youngest sister, but she is very different from me. She has trained herself in acting and dancing over the past four years. The one thing she will have to do if she wants to work in Bollywood is overcoming the language barrier. She is starting her career with an English film because she is comfortable with it. It will be her decision if she wants to come here and do Hindi films. But no, I don't think I will ever make a film just for her. She is talented and confident, so I am sure she will get work on her own”.  

Katrina Kaif will next be seen in ‘Bang Bang’ opposite Hrithik Roshan. Speaking about her next film Kat said, “I have seen the original film and Siddharth Anand has just borrowed the film's structure. I will say that 'Bang Bang' takes inspiration from 'Knight and Day', instead of calling it a remake. I am not playing a docile damsel in distress here. I am sure comparisons will be drawn but within the first ten minutes, you will know that it is unlike 'Knight and Day'. I think it is just one action sequence that reminded me of the Hollywood film”.