After a very long time, Salman Khan has spoken his heart out for Katrina Kaif during Tiger Zinda Hai interview.
Bollywood actors Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif have geared up for the release of their much-anticipated film, ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’. The former couple are coming back together on the big screen after almost five years. Although they are no longer together, Salman and Katrina continue to be the best of friends. Their adorable chemistry is loved by all but moreover, one can also see how protective Salman Khan is for his co-star.
The two share a very special bond and leave no chance to praise each other. Recently, in an interview with IndianExpress.com, Salman Khan was asked about Katrina’s growth as an actress from Maine Pyar Kyun Kiya to Tiger Zinda Hai.
To which he replied, ”She has not changed at all. People say that you need to change and that change is growth, but she is different altogether. In the film industry and in life, we meet all kind of people. Somebody cons you, somebody hurts you. Somebody cheats you. You get to experience so much and you become aware. You start getting protective. You start closing down. You start doing things because others do them too, but she has not changed at all. She is innocent, vulnerable, and pure. You can see how people have changed with changes on their faces. You can gauge how people have changed from observing their eyes and smiles.”
The Sultan actor also spoke about how Katrina Kaif impresses him the most, personally as well as professionally. Salman Khan continued saying, ”After the age of 20-30, your life experiences show up on your face. If you are vindictive, one can see that ‘khoonas’ (violence) on your face. You can say a lot from people’s facial expressions. If you come across a peaceful and calm person, you see it on their face. Look at Sooraj Barjatya, he is ‘chaka-chak’. He has no worries. He is all good and positive. You met Katrina today? Look into her eyes. See her smile. There is such a child-like feel to her. She does a lot of hard work. She doesn’t get depressed with a film not doing well or somebody writing nasty things about her performance. People used to write about her dancing, initially. If people appreciate her, she works harder. If they trash her, she works harder. She doesn’t manipulate or pull anyone down. She doesn’t talk badly about anyone. She lives in a beautiful, perfect world.”
Meanwhile, Tiger Zinda Hai releases on Friday, December 22, 2017.