Katrina Kaif keeps ‘rockstar’ waiting!
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Katrina Kaif keeps ‘rockstar’ waiting!
With three kingly Khans in tow, we're sure Katrina is busy as a bee (Queen Bee, perhaps?). But little does she know that she has other B-Town boys pining for her attention.
Jaise apna desi 'rockstar', Ali Zafar. When they were working together on Mere Brother Ki Dulhan, Ali and Katrina had a pact that she would sing for one of his albums if the film turns out to be a hit. Recently, when we asked Ali about it, he said, "Well, we said we'll do it if the film is a hit, but it went on to become a superhit!
I'm just waiting to hear from Katrina, it'll be really exciting to do this." Hmm, we think the lovely lady should take some time and revisit this musical deal. And just to remind you, Ali... there's another lovely lady, Priyanka, who's making a musical debut this year. Music to your ears?
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