Actress Katrina Kaif says the difficult thing in a relationship is either the opposition from others or shaky commitment of the person one loves.
In the upcoming film "Fitoor", the lead pair of Katrina and Aditya Roy Kapur seemingly face difficulty in uniting.
Asked about the difficulties in love, Katrina said, "In love, opposition comes from either outside force or from the person you are in love with.
"Every relationship and love story has its own conflicts. Sometimes it can be conflict of third party, of being afraid of commitment, there can be so many conflicts."
To portray certain emotions on screen, the 32-year-old "Bang Bang!" star draws from her real life experiences.
"It is not necessary that you translate everything from your own life to a film. But the moments of pain, happiness, moment of love, sorrow, you can you use those moments."
The director of "Fitoor", Abhishek Kapoor, said it's difficult to read the mind of women.
Katrina demurred. "I disagree. I think women know their mind better than the men. I can speak for myself. I think I know my mind. I am too certain... It, probably, is my weakness. Men know their minds less.
"This character is inspired by 'Great Expectations' (Charles Dickens's novel). She has a mind of a man. Her mind is so unlike mine," she said.