“I think in two years I will get married. But still two years is a long time. I think I still have some time. Lets see. You know as the saying goes, ‘Man proposes god disposes’ – so every time we make a plan god comes and changes it. Let’s see,” Katrina, who is often linked with Salman Khan, told reporters here.
Katrina, 25, has shed her glam girl image to play a politician in director Prakash Jha’s much talked about “Raajneeti”. She describes it as a special film in her career.
“A lot of people have given tremendous feedback… hopefully audiences will like it and it would be a new step for me in my career,” Katrina told reporters at the launch of the wedding line Nakshatra Vivaah here Thursday.
“Raajneeti” takes an incisive look at Indian electoral system where a handful of people control the destiny of millions. It shows how people, who understand power, fight a bitter and violent battle to achieve their unstoppable ambition.
Apart from Katrina Kaif, the film also features Ajay Devgn, Ranbir Kapoor, Arjun Rampal, Manoj Bajpai, Sarah Thompson, Naseeruddin Shah and Nana Patekar.
Though many feel her character in “Raajneeti” is based on Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Katrina has denied the speculation.
“For me Sonia Gandhi-ji is one of the most inspiring women in India. And personally, she is an inspiration. But this film and my character in the film does not resemble her or is not based on her life at all. I think it’s really important to clarify,” she clarified.
She is also doing Farah Khan’s “Tees Maar Khan” and feels the director should do more films.
“Shooting for ‘Tees Maar Khan’ went off amazingly. That was one of the funniest times I had. My only comment on working with Farah Khan is that she should be doing more films,” said Katrina.