After the success of ‘Tiger 3’ last year, Katrina Kaif is all set for the release of her next titled, ‘Merry Christmas’ with Vijay Sethupathi. At an event recently, the actress opened up about being called ‘just a glamour doll‘ for her role in the Salman Khan starrer.
Katrina expressed her perspective on the character of Zoya, stating that she views it as one of the strongest roles she has played.Particularly in Tiger 3, she found the character to be nuanced and well-written by Maneesh Sharma. Katrina thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to portray this character, as she shared in response to the reporter’s inquiry.

During the promotional event in Mumbai today, the creators unveiled not just one but two distinct trailers, shot in both Hindi and Tamil. The press conference featured the presence of actors Katrina Kaif, Vijay Sethupathi, and Sanjay Kapoor, along with director Sriram Raghavan, and producers Ramesh Taurani and Sanjay Routray.

Merry Christmas | Song – Nazar Teri Toofan

Additionally, the creator unveiled a melodious track titled ‘Nazar Teri Toofan,’ sung by Papon, featuring lyrics by Varun Grover and music composed by Pritam. This harmonious song marks the first collaboration between Pritam and Varun Grover.

Being able to work with Sriram Raghavan, known for directing critical hits like ‘Ek Hasina Thi,’ ‘Johnny Gaddar,’ ‘Badlapur,’ and ‘Andhadhun,’ was a long-held desire for Katrina Kaif. During the press conference, she expressed, “For me, working with Sriram Raghavan was always on my bucket list to do, and he’s been one of my favorite directors. When I heard the story, I was in awe that I was going to get to work with him in a story like this which was so incredible. And also, it was right for me, that’s why sir and I came together for this film. He must have also seen that in the character.”

‘Merry Christmas’ will hit the theatres on January 12, 2024.

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