Tutu tales for Katrina

Tutu tales for Katrina

By Eye TV India Bureau

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Katrina Kaif may have gyrated her way into millions of male hearts with her pelvic thrusts in the ‘Chikni Chameli’ number. Yet, she certainly didn’t win any brownie points with noted Kathak exponent Pandit Birju Maharaj who said “Naachna nahin, sirf hilna aata hai (not dancing, that’s only called moving)”. Some say that wait till Kat demonstrates what she’s got, in ‘Ek Tha Tiger’. Kat plays a ballet teacher in the upcoming Yash Raj Film and may be donning a tutu and ballet shoes. Tempting to think of Kat in the pointed position, her perfectly pedicured toes may not be put to that effort just yet. Questions to the actress about just how much ballet we’ll see her performing in ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ get her noncommittal replies rather than an enthusiastic affirmative. Kat’s not trying to be Natalie Portman in ‘Black Swan’. Chances are that a body double would have been used. Kat could also very well end up injuring herself.

Meanwhile, Katrina Kaif’s close friend has reportedly rubbished reports that she and former boyfriend Salman Khan got violent or had a tiff recently on the sets of ‘Ek Tha Tiger’. A report said Salman Khan went back to his bratty ways during a patchwork shoot of Yah Raj Films ‘Ek Tha Tiger’. Sallu is known for his mercurial temper and was reported to have blown his top on seeing Katrina Kaif step out of her vanity in a figure hugging, cleavage revealing short dress. He was further said to have heaped a torrent of foul words on Kat in front of everyone and then even picked up a stick lying nearby and allegedly hit Kat. A friend of the actress has reportedly vehemently denied the act of violence. Salman and Katrina had agreed to work together because there is no animosity between them. They got along famously during the Dublin and the Istanbul schedules. Salman cares for Katrina a lot. She is like family, said the friend. Sources close to Katrina deny the magazine story completely.

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