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One can easily fall in love with Katrina: Salman KhanJuly 13, 2012 16:15:50 IST
Last Updated : July 13, 2012 16:45:51 IST
Salman Khan has teamed up with ex-girlfriend Katrina Kaif in “Ek Tha Tiger” and praised her, saying it is not difficult to fall in love with her.
“I think one can easily fall in love with her (Katrina) on screen and off screen. Even her fans love her a lot. This is why she is standing here and all the cameras are facing her,” Salman said at an event here. The duo was last seen as a couple in 2008 release “Yuvvraaj”.
“Ek Tha Tiger” is an action thriller, the actor clarifies that there no illogical scenes in it.
“There are a lot of action scenes in the film and I have worked hard for it. It is visually very nice and choreographed very nicely. There is no illogical action,” Salman said at the launch of the first song “Mashallah”.
Salman will be seen as a spy in the Kabir Khan directed “Ek Tha Tiger”, which has been shot in places like Dublin and Istanbul.
The actor feels that Kabir is fond of cold places. “He (Kabir) likes to go to all the cold places to shoot. There was no place above zero degrees.”
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