Press Trust of India
April 29, 2012 14:27 IST
Actress Katrina Kaif, who is
teaming up with Salman Khan again in Ek Tha Tiger, says she
is not bothered about the gossip that goes around regarding
her and the actor.
Katrina reportedly dated Salman when she started off her
career in Bollywood but later separated. And their new movie
has got the rumour mills spinning again. She was last seen
with the Dabangg star in 2008 movie Yuvraaj.
"When we start working for a movie we go in as
professionals. I am here to do my job and if people want to
highlight baseless stories then it's up to them. I don't think
that these stories will have any affect on my work and the
"I am never bothered about such stories. Why should I? I
think it's what every actor goes through. When you start
working in the industry, people talking about you becomes a
part of your life. Why analyse it so much?" Katrina told PTI.
The 27-year-old actress, who first starred alongside
Salman in Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya, said she is excited to work
with him again.
"I am excited about the film, it's shaping up good.
Salman is working with Yash Raj for the first time and it's my
second film with them. It's always fun working with Salman, he
makes everything very comfortable on the sets," she said.
Katrina is also working in another Yash Raj film opposite
Shah Rukh Khan. The untitled film will mark the comeback of
veteran director Yash Chopra after a gap of eight years.
"I am enjoying working with Shah Rukh and Yashji. Yashji
is a living legend in Indian cinema and working with him has
been a learning experience for me. I am very fortunate to have
got an oppurtunity to work with him. Working with him is
"And Shah Rukh is a wonderful co-star. I have learnt so
much from him," she said.
With hits like Singh Is Kinng, Raajneeti, Ajab Prem
Ki Ghazab Kahani and Namastey London to her credit, Katrina
has always been experimental with her choice of roles.
The actress says she likes exploring herself and does not
think there is any definite formula to success.
"I like experimenting with my roles. If you stick to
one thing you can easily get bored. Everything in life is a
risk, there is no definite way to success.
"Today if I do a role which I have done before there is
no guarantee that the audience will like it. The higher the
risk the greater will be the outcome. You won't be able to
work if you fear taking risk. I just try to give my best,"
The actress, who has made heads turn with her seductive
act in a recent Slice ad, said, "It is a very different
campaign. The new ad is very rustic and ethnic. I think it is
the best one. I love the rapport which I share with the