Video goes viral: Salman Khan’s fans insults Katrina Kaif in Vancover


A video has gone viral on net which showed Katrina Kaif being tainted by few Salman Khan’s fans, who are waiting for the superstar outside a hotel. As soon as the ‘Fitoor’ actress stepped out of the hotel, few girls standing outside can be heard saying, "We don't want to take a pic with you! Booooo!" Responding to this, Katrina says, "You shouldn't do that, guys. I am very tired and I had a long show."

To this, the actress is told by the fans, “You need a better attitude... you call yourself an actress but when people come to adore you... you need a better attitude..."

Katrina Kaif was in a hurry to enter her car and seeing her urgency, few girls passed the comment. However, Katrina Kaif tried to control her anger. Her security personals made sure that nothing erroneous happen and he stood as a barrier between Kat and the girls.

The group of ladies who misbehaved the actress can be heard shouting from behind that 'we are here for Salman Khan, only Salman Khan.”

Katrina Kaif did not dishearten her others fans and she calmly clicked selfie with them.  

The incident happened during the Da-Bangg tour headed by Salman Khan which include Sonakshi Sinha, Jacqueline Fernandez, Daisy Shah, Prabhudheva, Maniesh Paul, Guru Randhawa to name a few.

A DNA report speculated that Katrina is being paid handsomely for the tour. “Katrina is obviously the biggest star from the lot, after Salman. Plus, she’s a terrific dancer. Her final solo act will surprise everyone. She’s being paid around Rs 12 cr for the whole tour (eight shows) whereas Jacqueline and Sonakshi are both getting somewhere between Rs 6 cr to Rs 8 cr. But Jackie’s remuneration is a little higher than that of Sona,” the report quoted a source as saying.

On the professional front, Katrina will be seen in Aanand L Rai's upcoming film 'Zero' starring Shahrukh Khan and Anushka Sharma and then she will be seen in 'Thugs Of Hindostan' featuring Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan and Fatima Sana Shaikh in lead roles.