February 09, 2011
It's an industry of uncertainties. Relationships evolve as much as they break up here. Katrina Kaif's relationship status has always been under speculation and neither Salman Khan nor the former have given a clear take on their relationship. Recently though, rumours were abuzz among the industry that the couple is no more together. What does Katrina Kaif want ultimately? Does she eventually want to settle into a family life? Is she happy with her going? Let's have a straight answer from the seductress's own words.
Katrina feels she has been really working hard for what she has attained today. The actress feels happy to be a part of this film industry that has given her space ever since her first success with Salman Khan in 'Maine Pyar Kyun Kiya?'. But she is utter unhappy over the controversies and blames maligned on her. She can tolerate those within a barrier but beyond a point that irks her. She wants her trueself to reach the audiences as she doesn't want to jeopardize her personal and professional life.
The actress gets nostalgic with her past of experiencing a troubled childhood. Being a part of a family that had 8 chidren including her, she failed to have an identity within herself. Born in Hong Kong, she left with her British mother Suzanne Turquotte, a veteran NGO activist, when she was two or three, brought up in France and Japan and then Hawaii by the age of 11, before landing in London at 13. She says, "I've always felt shy, isolated in my inner self," which has reflected in her present self. Settling in Bollywood too wasn't easy either. Cast in 2003's Boom, she overcame failure to establish her mark in the industry.
She however plans to have children by the age of 33 though. She goes on, "One can never really plan a marriage. It just happens over time." But when questioned on whether she would want to have children with a father, she claims it too big an insecurity to grow children. She wants to marry but doesn't want to hurry it up. She's here to wait for her man. Will she find it? Only time shall tell.