Akshay has been teaching Katrina the art of losing one's inhibitions while dancing on camera. Katrina says, “I've always wanted to freak out on camera, to just get wild. This is my chance.”
Katrina has also been catching up on the best item numbers in Bollywood, right from Mumtaz's Tik tiki tik mera dil bole in Humjoli (1970) to Bipasha Basu's Beedi jalaile in Omkara (2006), to get a more comprehensive understanding of the typical Bollywood item girl.
Suddenly, Katrina's manner and speech have become loud and demonstrative even early in the morning at Malshej Ghat, where the film is currently being shot. The schedule begins at 5am every morning and the actress is not letting up in her own effort to look different in each of the item songs, being choreographed by Farah and her assistant Gita.
In fact Katrina has even shopped for her character's look, right from clothes to accessories in small shops that sell cheap stuff. Commenting on her shopping frenzy, Katrina says, “It is a challenge doing a complete look for my character. I guess I learnt that from Raajneeti. Every accessory makes you feel more like the character.”
Katrina Kaif has never been known to raise her voice, let alone act aggressive, in public. But the actress is set to change that and more for Tees Maar Khan.