New Delhi: With films such as Rajneeti, Ek Tha Tiger, Dhoom 3 and Tiger Zinda Hai to her credit, she may have become one of the biggest female stars in Bollywood, but Katrina Kaif says it is tough to feel completely “secure” in movie business. “I don’t think you can ever feel 100 per cent accomplished and secure in your career because it is a rapidly changing industry. Things are changing so quickly,” Katrina said in an interview over the phone from London, where she will be celebrating her birthday.
Katrina’s last release Tiger Zinda Hai, opposite Salman Khan, was a blockbuster and earned over Rs 545 crore worldwide. In her next two films, Zero and Thugs of Hindostan, the actor has teamed up one again with Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan, respectively. Looking back at the year, Katrina says, it has been “fulfilling and gratifying for me”. “This year has been really good for me, Tiger Zinda Hai did very well and it was a new film for the audience and people appreciated it. Aanand L Rai’s Zero is something on which I had a very fulfilling experience.
There have been rumours that Katrina will be seen in Rajneeti 2, Krrish 4, Aditya Dhar’s film with Akshay Kumar, but according to her, she has not been approached for any of these projects.
“The only film I will be working on next is the dance film by Remo D’Souza and there are few ongoing discussions but things are not finalised,” the actress said.