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“I am single. But beyond that I don’t think I need to give too much of details,” Katrina said yesterday (August 24) at the Trident hotel in Mumbai, where she was named as the international brand ambassador of Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Talking about why she chose Etihad for endorsement, Katrina said, “I think you have to make that decision when you are choosing. And you have to choose something that you feel you would be comfortable talking about. Honestly there were twenty airlines but Etihad was the one which I knew a lot about. So I did not need too much convincing.
Physically you don’t have so many days on hand to give to your endorsements. But with Etihad it was such an honour as they are one of the leading international airlines. And I had never earlier heard of anyone being a brand ambassador of an international airline. So the very thought of it was so new to me. They are an ideal when it comes to standards of quality travel and the luxuries associated with an international flight. And also during the initial years of my career I did shoot a lot of movies in Dubai and a little in Abu Dhabi. I was pretty well informed about the brand and the services and during that time I flew with the airline a lot. So it was a very natural thing for me.”
But it was not her quotes about Etihad which created headlines, it was her declaration that she was single which created news. This is what she said, “I think all of you know the answer and I am going to give you the same answer that I have been giving you for the last few years. I have always believed that you are single until you are married. You may have a friendship but until you are married the relationship is always single. Beyond that you have known me for many years and you know my stand. It is hard enough to take decisions in your life, professionally sometimes, mostly personal. And whatever decisions that you take, if you have to make them in front of everyone whether it’s the media or the public or the world at large, I think it is a little more that what I can handle. This is why for the last six years I have never commented who I am with, if there is a break up or an argument. Whatever the situation may be, I have never commented in the open. So despite your curiosity, if you can just respect my feeling I would be really privileged. I have nothing more to say.
If Salman Khan has said that he is single and I have also said that I am single, then beyond that I don’t think it correct to comment anymore.”
With both Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif coming out in clear and direct terms, this is another Bollywood love story with a sour ending!!
Emraan Hashmi’s next venture to hit the screens is ‘Crook Its Good To Be Bad’ where Hashmi plays the guy who has to decide if it is good to be bad or good to be good. Releasing on 8th October, the movie started off with a touching moment which took place with director Mohit Suri in Australia. When Mohit happened to find himself outside a 24-hour convenience store in the Sunshine district of Melbourne (the same spot where the most brutal racist attacks had taken place in Australia), he realized how the seeds of racism were sown deep in every part of the world.
“I was horrified to know how an Indian was brutally beaten up only because of his colour and religion. Outraged and humiliated, I felt the need to voice this as a filmmaker. However, as I left the store my eyes fell upon an ad on the store window which read: ‘Accommodation available for Indian students for Gujarati boys only,” he notes.
This ad was the starting point of Crook It’s Good To Be Bad. “It made me realise that racism and all other social evils are a part of every human heart. It’s our choice to decide is it good to be bad in today’s world or does it pay to be good?”
Adds producer Mahesh Bhatt, “Crook takes an unflinching look at racism which has devastated thousands of young Indians, who go to Australia in search of a better life putting not only all their money but even their lives at stake. The film also locks horns with our own inner demons.”
The movie stars Emraan Hashmi, newbie Neha Sharma and Fashion actor Arjan Bajwa. The musical notes have been directed by Pritam Chakraborty.