Actress Katrina Kaif, who will next be seen on screen in "Fitoor", says love story is her favourite genre.
Katrina Kaif. Pic/Santa Banta
"In films, love story is my favourite genre... Love stories and human drama, I think these are the most beautiful genres as they make for engaging films. It can be uplifting, sad or inspiring... but love stories connect with you."
"I connect really well with love stories," Katrina said here.
"Fitoor" is an adaptation of Charles Dickens's classic novel "Great Expectations" and will have Katrina playing Firdaus, while Aditya Roy Kapur will portray the character of Noor.
The actress, whose first language is English, says she works really hard on her Hindi speaking skills each time she signs a film.
"Every time, in each film, I have to work harder on my Hindi. In life, we have to accept our weaknesses and accept our strengths," she said, adding that since English is her first language, the "emotional connect" while forming a sentence will always be in English.
"Fitoor", releasing on February 12, also stars Tabu, Aditi Rao Hydari and Lara Dutta.
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