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Katrina Kaif posts birthday pic from Mexico, Arjun Kapoor says, ‘basically gone for photoshoot’

Tribune Web Desk 
Chandigarh, July 16

Actress Katrina Kaif is celebrating her 36th birthday in Mexico with her family and friends. 

The Bollywood diva shared another sun-kissed picture from the beach destination on Instagram. Katrina can be seen posing in front of the deep dark blue sea, in a white bikini and sarong with tassels. 

She captioned the picture with a cake emoji, the Mexican national flag and a yellow heart emoji.

Several B-town celebrities wished Katrina, but it was Arjun Kapoor’s comment that stood out.

He wrote: “U’ve basically gone for a photoshoot.”

“Ok on ur birthday I shall be nice Katrina. Have a super birthday ur a mad kind goofy soul and I love u because of ur nonsense not despite it,” he wrote in another comment.

Shweta Bachchan Nanda called the actress "gorgeous" while Madhuri Dixit tweeted: "Happy birthday. Stay beautiful and wonderful always. Lots of love and best wishes." 

Farah Khan, who recently choreographed Katrina in the recreated version of the ‘Tip tip barsa paani’ for the upcoming ‘Sooryavanshi’, posted a heartfelt message. "Happiest birthday Katrina Kaif. Angels fly because they take themselves lightly. Go spread your wings this year baby. Love you," Farah wrote alongside an image of herself with Katrina.

Director Zoya Akhtar commented: "Birthday Mexico Happy. Kiss miss." Filmmaker Karan Johar wrote: "Happy birthday. Will spend all day liking your posts." 

Katrina is on a four-day vacation in Mexico. 

She had earlier shared two more pictures from her holiday on Instagram. One picture showed her posing next to a pillar in a swimsuit. Arjun commented: “Watch where you going girl! Hope you didn’t walk into the pillar while posing. “I’ll be careful,” Katrina replied.

Katrina is currently working on Rohit Shetty’s ‘Sooryavanshi’ opposite Akshay Kumar. She was last seen in Salman Khan’s ‘Bharat’.


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