Katrina Kaif Speaks Up: Aamir Khan Forgets Her in 'Ek Tha Tiger' !
Katrina Kaif Boldly Interrupts Aamir Khan During Interview, Netizens Split in Opinions
Katrina Kaif, known for her straightforward approach, made headlines when she decided to speak up during an interview with Aamir Khan. The incident occurred when Aamir consistently referred to "Ek Tha Tiger" as Salman Khan's film, overlooking Katrina's presence. Netizens, however, had varied reactions.
In the interview, Aamir Khan was deep into a discussion about the film's economics and box office performance, repeatedly stating, "Salman Khan ki picture Ek Tha Tiger." Unfazed by the senior actor's oversight, Katrina intervened, telling Aamir, "See, you are doing it again!" She pointed out that he consistently referred to it as Salman Khan's film, seemingly oblivious to her presence in the movie.
While the clip circulated on social media, opinions were divided among netizens. Some defended Aamir, arguing that it wasn't intended to be sexist, and the film prominently featured Salman Khan's character, "Tiger." Others criticized Katrina, accusing her of unnecessary interruptions and questioning her acting contributions.
One user pointed out, "The title literally has ‘TIGER,’ the character that Salman played. It’s not sxist at all." Another defended Aamir, stating, "Because Salman is more famous and successful and senior…? It wasn’t intended to be sxist y’all think too much."
Critics argued that Salman's character played a significant role in the film, and referring to it as his movie was justified. A troll remarked, "Salman’s character ka naam is in the f*cking title. It’s like saying Pathan is Deepika Padukone’s film!"
Some criticized Katrina, accusing her of seeking attention and being unaware of her contribution to the film. One comment read, "Isn’t she just too much? In every interview, she just keeps interrupting and correcting the other person regardless of their seniority."
However, supporters of Katrina applauded her for addressing the disrespect shown to her during the interview. One user stated, "She’s not being rude. She’s pointing out the obvious disrespect casually done by many in the industry."
The incident also sparked discussions on sexism in the industry, with some highlighting the challenges women face, even in 2024. A user remarked, "So many people are hating on Katrina. It just goes to show that even in 2024, women are always looked at as the villains no matter what."
The video capturing this moment has fueled conversations about gender dynamics and respect in the film industry.
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