Birthday Special: When 'Namaste London' changed Katrina Kaif's Career
Katrina, who started her career with the film Boom in the year 2003, has seen many ups and downs in her career. Katrina is celebrating her 37th birthday.
Mumbai: Today, Katrina Kaif, one of Bollywood's top actresses, has completed her 17 years in this industry. Katrina, who started her career with the film Boom in the year 2003, has seen many ups and downs in her career. Katrina is celebrating her 37th birthday on Monday (July 16), so we are going to tell you interesting things about her.
Born in Hong Kong: Now India's top actress
Katrina has a total of seven siblings, of which she is number four. Born on 16 July 1983 in Hong Kong, Katrina moved to Hawaii with her family at the age of 14. After this she went to London, then shifted to Mumbai. Katrina's mother has now settled in Chennai after traveling to all the countries.
After 'Boom', Katrina was called for modeling in India, but due to her inappropriate Hindi, the directors thought highly of casting her. Katrina has made a lot of headlines about her Hindi language.
Apart from Hindi films, Katrina has also worked in Telugu and Malayalam films. Katrina Kaif's real name is Katrina Torquetti but her father's name was Mohammad Kaif, due to which Katrina changed her surname Kaif.
Katrina was doing modeling in London when director Kaizad Gustad caught sight of her. He offered Katrina to act in his film and Katrina said yes. After which Katrina entered the film industry with her film 'Boom'. Despite being cast like Amitabh Bachchan, the film fell flat at the box office.
After this, Katrina did not get offers of films but she got many TV ad and modeling projects. Katrina was also part of the Kingfisher calendar. Katrina then did a Telugu film 'Mallisavari'. Which was a box office hit. After this, Ram Gopal Varma's eye on Katrina and gave him a small role in his film 'Sarkar'.
The year 2007 was the most spectacular for him. This year She had 4 films, of which 'Namaste London' and 'Welcome' were super-dumper hits.