Katrina Kaif Rated Worst Actress, Remains Unperturbed
By Arijita Bhowmik | February 12, 2014 6:42 PM EST
Katrina Kaif may have topped the list of the most searched Indian actress on the Internet, but the diva has been ranked low on talent by others in the industry.
Katrina Kaif at the launch of music video of the song, "Dhoom Machale Dhoom" from "Dhoom 3"
On Karan Johar's "Koffee with Karan", most celebrity guests have ranked Katrina at the bottom, when asked about her acting abilities. The only exception was the actress' boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor, who placed his ladylove on the second position, after cousin Kareena Kapoor.
The "Dhoom 3" actress despite starring in some of the biggest films and being the face of some impressive brands, has clearly failed to impress when it comes to her acting abilities. No doubt, critics have panned the actress for being just-a-pretty-face in most of her films.
However, when Katrina was made aware of the criticisms on Karan Johar's chat show, the actress sounded rather composed and was at ease.
"It's okay... I mean, if that's what they feel, that's what they feel...People are entitled to their opinions, and I can't have an opinion on someone else's opinion," The Hindustan Times quoted the actress.
Rather than coming up with any cryptic reply, the actress talked about the competition in the industry and termed it necessary for the betterment.
Even with respect to the constant rumours on her personal life, the actress appeared calmer as opposed to her earlier defensive stance.
"These speculations... I've kind of started to expect them now. As an actor, you eventually learn to accept such things as a part of your life."
Katrina joined the industry with erotic dud "Boom" (2003), but rose to fame only under the mentorship of ex-flame Salman Khan when she featured in "Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya?" (2005).
The actress well known for her beauty, has however been on the positive side of critics in films such as "Namastey London," "New York" and "Rajneeti," where her acting prowess has received appreciation.
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