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Family comes first for Katrina

 Family comes first for Katrina

Katrina Kaif is the most sought after Bollywood actress as well as a well-known item girl. She has under her arms many hit numbers like ‘Sheila Ki Jawani’ and ‘Chikni Chemeli’ from ‘Agneepath’. Following those popular dance numbers, her demand for stage shows and performances are sky-high.

However, with approaching Christmas and New Year the demand to have Katrina on the shows is soaring. But the diva is adamant not to perform on New Year eve as every year around this time she spend time with her family. Throughout the year, Kat works really hard but from Christmas to New Year, she makes sure that she remains with her family and this year is also the same.

“Katrina never performs on December 31. That is her rule. Every year, she spends the time from Christmas till New Year with her family. Even this year, three organisers from five-star hotels have offered her Rs. 5 crore each, and four others have offered her gigs worth Rs. 4.75 crore each. —Internet

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