We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Katrina Kaif Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
I would die without goals or a focus. I need something to keep me going.
I don’t know if there’s ever been a female-driven film or a male-driven film. I don’t believe in that. I believe a film is a film – a movie can only work if everything about the film works.
Love should be all about giving and trusting.
You can try to plan your career, but not marriage.
For me, physical beauty is never the reason for attraction to anyone.
Every one has her own love life. Every one has a dream to get a perfect life partner. But this is not so easy in real life. In fact, one doesn’t love; it happens.
Luck and being honest and sincere about work has worked for me and helped me reach where I am.
I will give my life to whoever in need, to any dear friend of mine.
I wanted to be an actress. I wanted to be known. Yes, it’s difficult sometimes. I believe that if you’re going to be in a profession like this, which is so open to criticism, to speculation, you need to have people around you who will believe in you and stand by you.
I don’t click pictures. People carry a camera with them while travelling, take pictures, keep them as memories, but I don’t. I don’t even have a camera.
Like the Bond girl, there’s a stigma attached to being a ‘Dhoom’ girl. You have to look pretty good, and people are going to judge you.
All my life, I have judged my worth by how much I have been loved by a man. It’s so with a lot of women, that their self-esteem is measured by how much they are loved by a man, their partner, their boyfriend or maybe their husband. In my case, it may be because I grew up without my father.
I’m a private person. And I have a certain way in which I protect myself. I don’t openly wear my feelings.
My only plan every day is to get up and go to work, work hard and come back home. And whatever else needs to happen in my life will come in its own time.
‘Moral police’ is my new word. I am very against the media doing moral policing, giving opinions on actor’s lives. Media should not become moral police; they should just report.
When you’re walking at the airport, you’re expected to smile at people because they know you… I find that tough. I’m only trying to protect myself. So I don’t take my eyes off the floor. People can take that as attitude. But it’s actually shyness. Yes, it is a bad habit. But it’s a defense mechanism.
Financial security is crucial for your family, and I have a large family. Money does matter when you don’t have it. When you need it, you realise the value of it. In that sense, money will always have value.
At the end of the day, it is about working in a good film. It’s the films that you leave behind that matter.
I make an attempt to do different kinds of films. There’s no such formula for guaranteed success.
With every film, we form a small little world for a period of time. Everybody is close, and then one fine day everything is over. That can throw you off. So you have to learn to take things in your stride and not get too emotional about people or situations.
I seriously don’t take praise to my heart or to my head. I only want to work harder and never get complacent.
I think I have been very conscious throughout my career. I can’t go back and remember every line of every ad I have done, but I think in the most part I have been pretty conscious that we are not making a wrong claim. I am pretty confident with everything I do.
You have to understand, beauty differs from country to country. When I came to India, I found my sense of belonging and appreciation. People thought I was beautiful.
There’s competition in every field, and that’s healthy. It makes you work harder and be your best. Competition, not in terms of money or number of projects, but in the quality of your work, is very healthy.
I believe in destiny, God’s hand and hard work.
Guys never looked at me. I always had crushes on older seniors who never looked at me. So, when I tell directors that I wanna play that girl who gets rejected, they’re like, ‘Why?’ I tell them it’s because I relate to that girl much more than being the girl who makes jaws drop when she walks into a room.
I was always interested in fabric, clothes and designing. Maybe I would have been a designer by profession if I didn’t start acting.
I’ve never made a plan for my life. I have just taken whatever opportunities have come and been very genuine with them.
I believe that if you reject and don’t respect what you have now, that’s ingratitude. I’m grateful for everything I have today.
I live my life exactly the way I want to. Nothing stops me from going out or being anywhere that I want to be. I am doing whatever I want to do. I do not live my life according to any restrictions whatsoever!
I’m not a television anchor for a Hindi channel or a radio jockey. So I may not be able to have a spontaneous conversation in Hindi. I’m a Bollywood actress, and I can certainly speak my dialogue in Hindi.
There are so many actors whom I can be paired with… like Hrithik Roshan, but there hasn’t been an opportunity. Abhishek and I looked good together in ‘Sarkar.’ And of course, there’s Shah Rukh Khan, but I haven’t been offered a film with him yet. I hope to work with them in the future; it’s just a matter of time.
I have an impeccable memory, and I can learn dialogues in any language in 20 minutes, including Telugu and Malayalam.