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Surgery or Botox? Here’s why Katrina Kaif's face looks so swollen lately!

People on social media have been talking about Katrina Kaif's recently changed looks.

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: January 18, 2018 7:50 IST ]
Image Source : INSTAGRAM/KATRINA KAIF Surgery or Botox? Here’s why Katrina Kaif looks so different lately!

Katrina Kaif’s recent venture Tiger Zinda Hai was a smash hit at box office. Apart from her new improved acting skills and stunts, Kat was grabbing headlines for her swollen face and changed looks. Netizen have been talking about her changed looks and alleged surgery or Botox injections. Social media users even slammed the actress for ruining her beauty using Botox injections to look younger.

However, the truth is now out, and trust us; it’s nowhere near to the allegations being put on the Tiger Zinda Hai actress. Reports are saying that Katrina Kaif is having a swollen face due not because of Botox injections or plastic surgery. In fact, she was having an infected wisdom tooth which gave her this look.

According to DNA, the actress was having problems with her wisdom tooth but she was unable to see her dentist due to her packed schedule. Later, the infection got aggravated so she had to take antibiotics before the surgery could be performed on it.

Her wisdom tooth has been acting up. She neglected it and attended two events — a party thrown in honour of photographer Mario Testino in Delhi and Anurag Basu's Saraswati puja after her return," a source close to the actress told DNA.

So now the truth behind the actress’s different look is out. We believe now people on social media will stop commenting nastily o Katrina’s pictures.

On a related note, Katrina Kaif will now be featuring with Aamir Khan and Amitabh Bachchan in Thugs Of Hindostan. Also, she will star alongside Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma in Anand L Rai's Zero. 

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