Katrina 'not happy' with Ranbir-Deepika pairing

The actress finally opens up about her boyfriend working with his ex-flame

Entertainment Desk December 05, 2015
The actress finally opens up about her boyfriend working with his ex-flame. PHOTO: INDIATODAY

Bollywood actors Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone, one of the hottest on-screen couples of B-town, were constantly in the news during promotional events for their latest film Tamasha.


The movie itself has an intense, romantic and passionate storyline. And knowing how seriously in love the two were in real life, it's no surprise that Ranbir's current girlfriend, Katrina Kaif, has something to say about all the buzz.


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Upon the release of the duo's film, Katrina commented that Tamasha is an outstanding movie and that Ranbir was superb in it. However, in a recent interview with GQ, Katrina put forward her actual thoughts on her boyfriend working with his ex-girlfriend, reported PinkVilla


"I can't enforce my will on the people in my life. Their choices are their own. I may not be happy with them but I hope that as they mature or as they evolve, their choices will change," Katrina said.

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Katrina explained her relationship with the Bombay Velvet star saying, "See men and women, they're different. Women give birth to babies, men don't. We can't say 'oh equality on all levels, we're all the same. No, our biological needs and bodies are different. Men have been the hunters and the philanderers. Being with an actor has its own set of issues, but the basic differences arise because men are men. Cheaters will cheat anywhere."


"It all comes down to the cards you have been dealt. The person you have chosen, because your heart chose him for you. Look around us, marriages and relationships are in trouble everywhere. The lucky ones are able to find selfless love that transcends ego and insecurity," she added.


When asked about her biggest fear, Katrina divulged: "My greatest fear is that if and when I get married and I am standing at the altar or the mandap, he may not love me completely. That he may not know his mind well enough to be making those commitments. The anticipation of heartbreak is my only fear," she said.



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