Katrina Kaif’s transformation: Inspired by Mr. Perfectionist

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Mr. Perfectionist, Aamir Khan, seems to have inspired Katrina Kaif to experiment with her looks in order to get a real feel of the character they are about to be playing. For her role in Thugs of Hindostan, Katrina Kaif has undergone quite a makeover and transformation for her role as a warrior princess in the movie. She is playing quite a unique role, something the likes of which was never imagined to be played by the British actor. From smoky eyes to sword fighting lessons, Katrina Kaif has put in quite an effort for this movie and seems to have learned it all from Aamir Khan.

Initial reports had suggested that Katrina Kaif would be playing a short role in the film. While the rumors of the special appearance turned out to be false, it is now reported that she has a full-fledged role of a warrior princess in a pre-Independence era.

Sources from the set reveal that Katrina Kaif would be spotted wearing a nose ring as many warrior princesses during that time wore. Her look would not have been complete with smoky kohled eyes and she managed to do it along with wild loose waves in her hair. The look would truly portray a wild and fierce warrior. The Pre-Independence Indian clothing of Ghagra and Choli would be seen sported by Katrina Kaif in earthly colors of brown. It would seem that the Princess has seen quite a many wars in the battlefield and her fierceness would suggest that she was among the Vanguard at the frontlines. She has been taking sword-fighting lessons for Tiger Zinda Hai and it is reported that she would be taking more lessons for Thugs of Hindostan.

The movie would star Amitabh Bachchan, Fatima Sana Shaikh, and Aamir Khan in the lead roles along with Katrina Kaif, everyone already shooting in Malta. The title of the movie and Katrina Kaif’s appearance sends a chill down the spine.

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