Katrina Kaif, basking in the success of Sriram Raghavan’s romantic thriller, “Merry Christmas,” expressed her joy and gratitude for the overwhelming appreciation. In a conversation with Pinkvilla, the actress shared the emotional significance of the positive response, reflecting on the risk associated with the film. Despite the perceived risk, Katrina experienced a sense of happiness and peace as the film resonated with both viewers and critics.
The actress emphasised the importance of the film’s incredible story, which drew her in as an actor and performer.Katrina found the material extremely interesting and challenging, allowing her to draw on life experiences, adding depth and humanity to her character. She acknowledged the unique and honest storytelling of Sriram Raghavan, highlighting his commitment to the vision he wanted to portray. The actress praised the director’s out-of-the-box ideas and freshness in execution, citing moments like the climax’s transformation that showcased Sriram Raghavan’s distinctive approach.Katrina Kaif recalled a challenging scene—a 10- to 12-page conversation between her character, Maria, and Vijay Sethupathi‘s character, Vijay—expressing the difficulty in finding the right tone. She also discussed the dance scene, emphasising its importance for Maria’s character as an expression of freedom and release of energy after a significant event in the film.
Responding to reports about a potential sequel to “Merry Christmas,” Katrina Kaif expressed uncertainty but expressed a strong desire to collaborate with Sriram Raghavan again, considering the fulfilling and rewarding experience of working with the master storyteller.

Merry Christmas First Day First Show Public Review: Katrina Kaif, Vijay Sethupathi, Sriram Raghavan

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