Have less competition now as everyone is going to Hollywood: Katrina

Bollywood actor plans to cash in on Priyanka and Deepika's absence

Entertainment Desk February 07, 2016
Bollywood actor plans to cash in on Priyanka and Deepika's absence. PHOTO: MAGXONE

As Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone set foot in Hollywood, Katrina Kaif plans to cash in on the golden opportunity back home.

The Bollywood actor, who is currently promoting her film Fitoor, believes that the competition in Bollywood is "becoming really less" and it's time for her to "get the roles by default".

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At a recent media interaction during a promotional event, Katrina said, "I have realised it recently that my competition is becoming really less as everyone is going to Hollywood," Pinkvilla reported.

"So, now is the time for me to sit here and by default get the roles which will become more available. I think now is the time to capitalise on the good characters," she added.


Former Miss World, Priyanka, has already proved her mettle in Hollywood with TV series Quantico and she will also mark her movie debut with Baywatch.

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While, Katrina's real-and-reel-life competition Deepika will set the silver screen ablaze with Vin Diesel starrer xXx: The Return of Xander Cage.

It seems that Kat, who recently broke up with alleged beau and Deepika's ex Ranbir Kapoor, can finally breathe a sigh of relief as she won't be facing any personal or professional threat for some time now.

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Fitoor also stars Aditya Roy Kapur and Tabu in key roles. It is slated to release on February 12.


Bunny Rabbit | 5 years ago | Reply only known for looks and dancing not for acting , till now she has done well for herself . time to retire as last 3-4 films have failed and no ones getting any younger.
Waseem | 5 years ago | Reply Says a horrible actress.
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