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Katrina Kaif: Love and deceit taught me everything

'Everything is beautiful in my life and I have seen a lot in the last few years. I have learned a lot about emotions, pain, love and deception,' the actress said

Mumbai: Beautiful and sexy actress of Bollywood Katrina Kaif is celebrated in the web space too for her bold and sexy avatar. But Katrina is now in the news for her upcoming film Bharat. Katrina will be seen with Salman Khan in this film.

Katrina has been in news also for disclosures from her personal life off and on.

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Recently, Salman and Katrina reached the venue for the final match of the IPL for the promotion of Bharat. Both the actors had a lot of fun with the fans. Their photos and videos went viral on social media.

In her recent interview to DNA, Katrina has made some interesting disclosures about her ‘strawberry life’. During the interview, Katrina said that, as a human being, she had changed. “I have always been honest to myself,” she said. The time spent on the shoot of Ajab Prem ki Ghazab Kahani (2009) and Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011) was very beautiful and a lot of fun for the star, she said.

The actress further said she felt positive changes in herself. She is feeling very good. Life is very beautiful and there are wrong and right people everywhere. “Everything is beautiful in my life and I have seen a lot in the last few years. I have learned a lot about emotions, pain, love and deception. Not only this, I have learned all about how I can live in love and deception in my life,” the star said.

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Katrina appreciated the work of director Anand L Rai. Katrina will be seen in Salman Khan’s Bharat as well as Akshay Kumar’s Suryavanshi as the lead actress.

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