Katrina Kaif was seen sharing the screen with Bollywood’s king of romance, Shah Rukh Khan once again after her movie Jab Tak Hai Jaan in Aanand L Rai’s directed movie Zero that released in theatres on December 21 of this year. Even though the movie did not receive commendable remarks from the viewers, Katrina’s phenomenal acting in the movie blew the minds.
Dhoom 3 actress is seen playing the role of a Bollywood actress named Babita Kumari in the movie which served as the big takeaway of the movie. Kat has left the people and her fans awestruck with her performance this time. However, many believed that some of the scenes from the movie are influenced by Kaif’s real-life relationship story with Rockstar actor and ex-boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor.
The couple has always been in the headlines for rumours that Ranbir dumped the actress which has further often led to the reason for her worry. Though, in one of the scenes in Zero, she is seen calling Abhay Deol desperately and betting with other actors whether or not he will pick the phone. One of the common thoughts that the viewers came across while watching the scene was Katrina’s real-life love story with Ranbir.
As per the recent reports and sources, it is said, “Ranbir got to know of Katrina's sequences in the film and was left highly amused. He, however, doesn't plan to watch the scene or even the film for that matter.”
Furthermore, the actress recently attended a Vogue interview and opened about her breakup with Wake Up Sid actor Ranbir. She said, “I now see it (the breakup) as a blessing because I was able to recognise my patterns, thought processes and things that I had been so sure of my whole life. I could see them from a whole different perspective.”
It seems like Kat is back on the track from her breakup. She will soon be seen starring with Salman Khan in Ali Abbas Zafar's directed movie Bharat which is scheduled to release 5th Jun 2019. On a related note, Ranbir will be seen sharing the screen for the first time with Dear Zindagi actress Alia Bhatt in Ayan Mukherji’s Brahmastra.