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Zero: Was Babita Kumari's Story in The Movie Inspired By Ranbir Kapoor, Katrina Kaif's Break Up?

Zero: Was Babita Kumaris Story in The Movie Inspired By Ranbir Kapoor, Katrina Kaifs Break Up?

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  29 Dec 2018 8:30 AM GMT

Shah Rukh Khan’s Zero released last week however did not create a mark. The film garnered mixed reviews, with a large variety of individuals panning it, whereas a little cluster appreciating its performances. Among the three important characters in the movie, Katrina Kaif’s portrayal as Babita Kumari has come up for praise.

Playing a dark and disturbed character in the film Zero, Katrina got into the skin of the character with all its complexities. However, on social media, her portrayal as a star who is caught within the interior of a nasty break-up with another actor, compete by Abhay Deol, looks to replicate her real-life break-up with Ranbir Kapoor. Now, talking to Film Companion, Katrina has cleared the air on the similarities between the images being and its supposed reflection of her life.

Speaking to the media, Katrina said: “I knew that individuals are gonna attempt and try to connect the dots however I conjointly knew that after they see the film they can’t do that of the pitch of that character is thus completely different. The pitch of that character is not me... that’s not me. That’s not my behavior. To me the way she’s talking, to me it is outlandish as a person that I am.”

Zero is that the journey of a dwarf who travels from Meerut to America and within the process, meets and falls for the powerful star known as Babita Kumari, compete by Katrina Kaif. His inspiration is Aafia Yusufzai Bhinder, compete by Anushka Sharma, an excellent soul with brain disease.

Katrina’s last film, Thugs of Hindostan, bombed badly at the box office. The Yash Raj Films was mounted on terribly giant sets, boasted of three huge stars as well as Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan and Katrina and one among its songs was a rather catchy one, Suraiyya Jaan. However, the story’s disconnect with the audience and its VFX that reminded several of Hollywood’s Pirates of the Caribbean meant that the film was a disaster at the box office.

Also Read: Zero Song Featuring Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan And Katrina Kaif Is Chartbuster of The Year

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