Katrina Kaif Biodata

Katrina Kaif – Bollywood Actress Profile

Name : Katrina Kaif
Nick Name : Kat
Date Of Birth : July, 16, 1984
Birth Of Place : Hong Kong, China
Height : 5 8″

Father : Kashmiri,Indian (Now British Citizen)
Mother : British National
Hobbies : Watching movies, Painting, going to the gym
Dancing : Learnt Kathak
School Days : London, UK
Favourite Actors : Leonardo Dicaprio, Jhonny Depp, Sharukh Khan, Amir Khan
Favourite Actress : Kajol, Maduri Dixit
Favourite Criketer : Irfan Pathan
Favourite Movies : Umaro Jaan(1981), Casabalanca(1942), Gone with the Wind(1939)
Favourite Food : Curd and Rice
Dream Roll : “I Would love to do a movie set in times of war or conflict.”
Profession : Modeling & Acting
Debut Film : Boom (2003), Hindi

Katrina Kaif is a celebrated model of international acclaim and a talented Indian actress.

Katrina Kaif born on July 16th, 1984 in Hong Kong was brought up in Hawaii and London. Born to a Kashmiri father and an English mother, Katrina Kaif is half-British and half-Indian. She grew up into a sensuous teen with sharp features and soon got noticed by the bigwigs in the showbiz world and subsequently landed number of modeling assignments at the tender age of fourteen.

She did ad campaigns for Lakme, Veet, Kodak, Cola, LG, Pantene, Fevicol, L?Oreal, Slice and several others products. Her beautiful face was chosen as the Face of the Year at Lakme India Fashion Week 2005.

Katrinas filmy career began with Kaizad Gustads “Boom” (2003), in which she played the principal character, a model caught in the web of underworld complexities. Though the film failed at the box office, she got widespread attention for her innocent looks and contrasting provocative body. Added to her beauty her cool acting abilities too were well received by critics and cine-goers.

Having discovered her “Boom”ing histrionic talents, Katrina Kaif shifted her base to Mumbai. In spite of having trouble speaking Hindi and other Indian languages, she soon got movie offers. She acted in a couple of Telugu movies, “Malliswari” (2004) and “Allari Pidugu” (2005). After the success of these two movies, she began her Bollywood journey with “Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya” (2005), “Sarkar” (2005) starring along side Amitabh and Abhiskeh Bachchan and directed by Ram Gopal Varma. Then this unstoppable actress went on to act in several movies.

Her seriousness to climb to the top position in Bollywood is seen in the very fact that she took her Hindi classes and dancing lessons very seriously. She quickly learnt the art of dubbing and finally rendered her own lines with ease in “Namaste London” (2007) in which she acted opposite Akshay Kumar.

The promising actress is banking on her yet to be released movies, “Welcome”, “Nanhe”, “Race”, and “Main Yuvraj” hoping that these movies will
Do well at the Box Office and take her career to new heights.

Displaying thorough professionalism, Katrina drew a line separating her personal life from that of professional life, wherein she flatly refused to speak to the media about her romance with co-star Salman Khan.

Katrina is the hottest actress in Bollywood movie industry and with her gorgeous looks and a sexy body many believe that this girl will surely go places in years to come.


2005: Zee Cine Award for Most Promising Debut, Sarkar
2008: IIFA Award for Best Actress, Race
2009: Apsara Award for Best Actress In Supporting Role, Race
2009: IIFA Award for Best Actress, Singh Is Kinng
2009: Stardust Award for Star Of The Year, Singh Is Kinng
2009: Stardust Award for Best Actress In A Negative Role, Race
2010: Screen Award for Best Actor In Popular Category, New York
2010: Stardust Star of the Year Award   Female for New York & Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani
2010: Filmfare Best Actress Award for New York

2006: Stardust Breakthrough Performance Award (Female), Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya
2006: Idea Zee F Awards, Fashion Diva of the Year
2008: Zee Cine Awards, British Indian Actor Award
2008: IIFA Awards, Style Diva of the Year
2008: Sabsey Favourite Kaun Awards, Sabsey Favourite Heroine, Singh Is Kinng
2008: Apsara Film Producers Guild of India Awards, Style Diva of the Year
2009: Rajiv Gandhi Award
2009: Golden Kela Awards, Dara Singh Award for the Worst Accent
2009: Sabsey Favourite Kaun Awards, Sabsey Favourite Heroine
2009: ASSOCHAM Award, Performing Excellence
2010: Star Screen Awards, Entertainer of the year
2010: Stardust Awards, Best Actress – Popular Award for New York & Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani

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