Katrina Kaif is an extremely talented actress and there is no denying that. Since the time she made her entry in Bollywood and till date, we have seen various shades of her. And just recently we came across her new skill. The actress took to Instagram and shared a video where she is trying to learn surfing in Morocco.
The beautiful diva captioned the video, “First time surfing Essaouira.” But she doesn’t look like a first timer at all. Looking at her we feel like packing our bags and go surfing as well.
First time surfing in Essaouira ??????????
Wondering what is she doing in there, well she is shooting for her upcoming movie ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ with Salman Khan and director Ali Abbas Zafar. Since the time the film was announced, fans are very excited to see their favourite couple back on screen. Abbas recently also shared a video where Tiger (Salman) is seen taking serious horse riding lessons and within no time that video went viral as well.
Straight from New York , with no sleep @BeingSalmanKhan jumps in for horse riding training @TigerZindaHai #morocco ???? pic.twitter.com/mfOgbuUlDY
— ali abbas zafar (@aliabbaszafar) July 17, 2017
In one of the interviews, Katrina mentioned that this film is very special to her and have people who will help her in every step, “Ali is one of my closest friends and I have known Salman since I have entered the film industry. These are two people who know me and have trust in me, especially in the work capacity. I know they are there to make sure that the best happens to the film. Salman has the added advantage of knowing me well as a person, while Ali is one of my dearest friends, so that’s the best possible place possible anyone can work in. And that’s exactly what I feel when I am on the sets of TZH — I know that I’m in really good hands and I have people like them to help me every step of the way.”
Although the duo parted their ways, they still share a very strong bond with each other. We have always seen Salman by her side whenever she needs him. And just like many, we are excited to see them back on screen as well.