Katrina Kaif welcomed New Year with her darling husband Vicky Kaushal in Rajasthan. The actress shared some fresh, unseen photos from their getaway and they are simply unmissable!
Check out the photos here:

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Taking to her WhatsApp channel, Katrina shared a series of photos from their New Year vacation in Rajasthan. She captioned the photos, ‘Making up for lost time (heart emoji) – some latest memories.’

The first photo portrayed a scene of love as Katrina and her husband Vicky Kaushal shared a tender moment, locked in a gaze filled with affection. With Katrina’s arm gracefully wrapped around Vicky’s shoulder and their hands interlaced over his heart, the couple emanated a sense of warmth. Vicky chose a casual black t-shirt and cap, while Katrina exuded elegance in a floral dress.

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In another charming photo, Katrina was captured in a natural pose, her eyes looking downward, and a sweet smile gracing her face while standing in a beautiful field. Another picture showcased a desert sunset, featuring Katrina seated on a chair in a checkered dress. Posed for the camera, she smiled, and a Charlie stand was visible on the table in front of her.

Katrina Kaif is set to play a pivotal role in the upcoming thriller ‘Merry Christmas,’ directed by Sriram Raghavan. The story unfolds over the course of a single night, and in this unique cinematic venture, Katrina collaborates for the first time with actor Vijay Sethupathi. The Hindi version of the film features an exceptional supporting cast, including Sanjay Kapoor, Tinnu Anand, Vinay Pathak, and Pratima Kannan.
Scheduled for a theatrical release on January 12, the film ‘Merry Christmas’ is produced by a team consisting of Ramesh Taurani, Sanjay Routray, Jaya Taurani, and Kewal Garg.

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