Entertainer Katrina Kaif feels lucky that big deal like Shah Rukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Akshay Kumar, and Salman Khan are her companions, and says she regards them and inner self doesn’t come into kinship. “I don’t have to see, ‘why have you harmed my self-image’. That is your concern. Lack of respect is extraordinary. You should stand up and guard (against) that. What reason does self-image serve? I’m only an individual,” Katrina said.
“Whether it is Shah Rukh or Hrithik, Akshay or Salman, I’m very fortunate to call them friends and they are important to me. I can talk to them at any time. I respect them and when you respect someone, ego doesn’t come into it,” added the actress. The actress will soon be seen in “Sooryavanshi” with Akshay and she says that the oft-repeated perception that she is a “blockbuster star but not a great actor” never bothers her.
She stated: “My center was to be a star. I needed to be cherished by individuals and seen by individuals. That originated from when I was growing up. I have zero restraints about stowing away and evolving that. That is my excursion and my story, and I have to claim that. I did precisely what I set out to do. Consistently I understand that I am so lucky to state that. I needed to be known in each family unit, my godlike object was Hema Malini ji and that is the thing that I was keen on being.”
For Katrina, life is all about striking a balance. “There’s a lot that you need to try and balance. A lot of changes, so it’s very hard to talk about your career. It becomes a subconscious ingrained habit of whether I’m doing well. It’s judged by the parameters of the film industry and media. Your sense of self and your sense of self-worth gets driven by that. Your sense of self comes from who you are. Whether a film is a success or not has to not weigh on your sense of self.”