Su­per­sti­tious Kat won’t talk about love

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - Prashant Singh

Ac­tor Ka­t­rina Kaif says that she is in a peace­ful space in her per­sonal life, but does not want to talk about it. “I am happy and at peace. I am also a bit su­per­sti­tious to speak about these things (love and re­la­tion­ship) be­yond a point in public. What’s pri­vate should re­main pri­vate,” says the 32-year-old.

In the past few months, talks about Ka­t­rina’s ‘roka’ and an en­gage­ment with beau, ac­tor Ran­bir Kapoor, have been do­ing the rounds. Men­tion these re­ports, and she says, “I can’t an­swer why (the ru­mours sur­faced), and where they came from. But the cor­rect state­ment is: I am not en­gaged. There are no plans of mar­riage right now. Am I happy with my life? Yes. Am I happy work­ing? Yes. Am I happy with the peo­ple in my life? Very much. And that’s where I stand to­day.”

Ask her if she ever feels that her si­lence can be mis­con­strued as ar­ro­gance, and she says, “I don’t like to talk about sen­si­tive and del­i­cate top­ics like love and re­la­tion­ships. And if that (be­ing silent) is per­ceived as ar­ro­gance, then it’s the ig­no­rance of the per­son who thinks like that,” she says, adding, “at the mo­ment, we (Ran­bir and she) are fo­cus­ing on work.”

The ac­tor also says that she won’t shy away from talk­ing about her wed­ding, when it hap­pens. “When you de­cide to get mar­ried, and are pre­pared to tell the world that ‘we are mak­ing a com­mit­ment’, you be­come com­fort­able with peo­ple talk­ing about it. I want ev­ery­one in the world to at­tend my wed­ding,” she says.

On the work front, many feel that she was tak­ing things slow now. “In a way, your heart breaks a bit, be­cause be­tween Dhoom:3 (2013) and my next, I also suf­fered a small in­jury. So, I had to pull my­self back. It is bound to hap­pen in a long ca­reer,” she says.

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