The latest edition of Vogue has none other than the Bollywood sizzler Katrina Kaif scorching the cover page. Katrina Kaif is seen on the cover page of Vogue in a new avatar wearing a black dress and ruffled hair oozing a lot of oomph!
Katrina Kaif was styled by Anaita Shroff Adajania for the shoot and photographed by Marc Hom. The magazine contains Katrina’s interview that highlights her journey into the industry and how she transformed into Bollywood’s biggest star. Katrina says that she never believed she would become the big star that she is now and it was more her having bettered her acting or dancing in each film showing her range. She goes on to say that being born into a huge family she always craved for a big house and a new city with financial stabilisation.
Her close friend Ayan Mukherji, goes on to say that, Katrina kaif has an energy about her which makes her so lovable on screen. Katrina Kaif says that her first real hit was ‘Namastey London’ in 2007, then ‘Race’ and ‘New York’, and then the much bigger ‘Raajneeti’.
The Magazine ‘Vogue’ talks much more about how Katrina Kaif first came to India and did modelling and then forayed into movies. It also gives an insight into her fitness training and how she worked up her body for ‘Tees Maar Khan’ and how hard it is to maintain. She says you only grow up, see whether you are going in the right direction when asked about what she misses about her old life.