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Did you know Katrina Kaif once wanted to tie Akshay Kumar a rakhi? – Eagles Vine

Katrina Kaif has one of her hit pairings with Bollywood’s ‘Khiladi’ star Akshay Kumar. The on-screen couple has won hearts with their sizzling chemistry in films like, ‘Welcome’, ‘Namaste London’, ‘Singh Is Kinng’ and others. However, did you know that Katrina once wanted to tie Akshay a rakhi in real life?

Yes, you read that right! During an appearance on Karan Johar’s chat show, Katrina revealed that on the sets of ‘Tees Maar Khan’, she was wondering why nobody wanted her to tie them rakhi. It was then that she saw Akshay walk in the door and so Katrina asked him if she could tie a rakhi to him. To which, Akshay asked her if she wanted a slap. According to Katrina, she has very high regard for Akshay and he is also a dear friend so she didn’t think there was anything wrong with wanting to tie him a rakhi.

Elaborating further, she added that after the shoot she was going to her friend’s house that night. She admits that she was disheartened and dejected with what had happened on the set. Then she saw Arjun Kapoor in front of her who was very sweet and cuddly at the time so she asked him if she could tie him a rakhi. However, even that did not work out for Katrina as Arjun ran away out the door. She chased him again the next day but the actress revealed that Arjun ran away once again.

Meanwhile, on the work front, Katrina is currently awaiting the release of her next ‘Sooryavanshi’ with Akshay. The movie was supposed to hit the theatres in March 2020. However, owing to the pandemic and the resulting lockdown, the film was pushed ahead indefinitely. The makers are yet to officially announce the release date of the movie.

Apart from this, Katrina also has Ali Abbas Zafar’s superhero movie ‘Tiger 3’ with Salman Khan and Emraan Hashmi.

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