Insides from Katrina Kaif’s latest photoshoot

The actress recently did a summer themed photoshoot and shared glimpse of the same on her social media.

Katrina Kaif, who is known to charm the audience with her enchanting beauty and gorgeous look has done it again.

The actress recently did a summer themed photoshoot dressed in casuals and posted some of the insides from it on her social media.


Summer fun ???? by my intergalactic ninja @kkapadias ????❤️♥️

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Hanging around ✨????????????

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Moods ✨

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Isn’t she looking absolutely stunning?

Katrina surely knows how to treat her fans.

On the work front, she is currently working for Thugs of Hindostan with co-stars Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan and in Zero with co-stars Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma.

Before this Katrina was last seen in 'Tiger Zinda Hai' alongside Salman Khan and in 'Welcome to Newyork' making a cameo appearance.

If the speculations are to go by, Kat along with Deepika and Alia are set to star in a female remake of 'Dil Chahta Hai', which will revolve around the friendship between women. 

Well, if that's true, the film is going to be a hit considering there are hardly any movies celebrating women bonding.

Anyway coming back to her photoshoot, how do you like the sneak peek of the pretty actress? Do let us know in the comment section below.

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