Katrina Kaif gets rave reviews for JAB TAK HAI JAAN

By Glamsham Editorial

Holding her own in Yash Chopra's JAB TAK HAI JAAN, Katrina Kaif walked away with stellar reviews for the film that went on to garner the highest ever business for any film released on Laxmi puja day, with a domestic collection of approximately 50 crores within its first 3 days.

If that wasn't all, the film also made a killing at the overseas box office, grossing over 3.5 million USD in just 3 days.

Says Katrina Kaif, " I'm really happy that the film is doing well and that the audiences have embraced it the way they have."

Proving yet again she's the darling of the masses, Katrina Kaif who was a lead in yet another landmark film, received praise from audiences and critics alike, playing the quintessential Yash Chopra heroine.

Says acclaimed critic and trade analyst, "Katrina is the classic Yash Chopra heroine. An enigmatic beauty, who doubles up as a seductress [watch her in the 'Saans' track or the music piece]. She looks ethereal and enacts her part with elegance and restraint. As a matter of fact, she glides into her part with effortlessness and acts out some of the difficult moments with flourish. Katrina is an integral part of this story and it must be said that she walks away with some of the best scenes and lines in the movie. Her performance is full of grit."

Adds a trade analyst, "Katrina Kaif deserves kudos for a job wonderfully done. Whether it is her scenes in conversation with God or her inhibitedness before she finally opens up or whether when she surrenders before God or when she re-enters Samar's life, Katrina is so totally immersed into her character that it would seem, she was born to play Meera in this film."

With a success ratio that very few actresses in the industry enjoy with blockbusters like PATNER, WEL COME, SINGH IS KINNG , NEW YORK, RAJNEETI, AJAB PREM Ki GHAZAB KAHANI, ZINDAGI NA MILEGI DOBARA, EK THA TIGER and the recent JAB TAK HAI JAAN , Katrina Kaif will next be seen in Yash Raj's DHOOM 3 and Fox Star Studios' Bollywood remake of the 2010 James Mangold action-comedy -KNIGHT AND DAY.

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