Busy shooting schedules and tight agenda has made Katrina Kaif the busiest actress in town. So much so that in a bid to keep pace with her hectic schedule the actress missed her flight to Bangalore. Katrina had to be there to cheer for business tycoon Vijay Mallaya's IPL team. But alas she could not make it on time to the airport.
But that did not prove to be stumbling block for Katrina. Remember she is brand ambassador of none other than Vijay Mallaya's IPL team. And on learning about Katrina's plight, the ace businessman quickly made arrangements and flew her down to Bangalore in his private jet. "That's the advantage of being a brand ambassador for Vijay Mallya's Royal Challengers IPL team. Otherwise I don't think I would have made it on time. You know they will make sure that you reach despite the maddening schedules," Katrina laughed.
Katrina had such a packed schedule that she had to make her presence felt in three different cities in a span of twelve hours. She adds, "I was shooting in Goa which I finished and had to rush to catch a flight to Bangalore and had to rush to another city from there." Few know that Katrina has been a great fan of the cricket game since her childhood. "I love watching one day and T20 matches. People in England are crazy about them. People in India are crazy about the game too. But besides watching the game, I am enjoying cheering for the team too."
Katrina, who shot a music video with Sanjay Gupta for Vijay Mallya's Royal Challengers, said that she enjoyed that experience too. "I have started enjoying the experience of dancing especially after the success of race. Earlier it was not so! But today whether it is to dance to cheer for the IPL team or do it for the movies, I have begun to enjoy it. It helps me unwind on screen and on stage. Yes, I have recently started enjoying dancing on stage too. I realized that when I performed for the Zee Awards. Earlier I did not have the songs or the confidence to perform on stage. Now I have a bit of both," she says smiling.
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