I don’t think I'm a feminist, says Katrina Kaif

Published September 2, 2015
The actress appeared on the cover of September's Indian Vogue
The actress appeared on the cover of September's Indian Vogue

If there is one actor in Bollywood who keeps to herself, it's got to be Katrina Kaif.

But with her latest film Phantom out, the actor talks about herself in a recent interview with Vogue India and also reveals that she doesn't necessarily consider herself a feminist.

Looking as hot as ever on the cover of Vogue's latest issue, Katrina made her point that it was high time that people stopped referring to her as Ranbir Kapoor's girlfriend: "People say I am not open, but is being open only talking about your relationships? I don’t think I am feminist but I don’t think an actress should be made to speak about the men in her life when there is so much more to her and what she has achieved. We need to respect that."

Katrina Kaif
Katrina Kaif

Talking about her own life and recent film Inside Out, the actress said: “It’s such an important film. I’ve never been in a room where there were so many men who were so touched and moved by a movie; I guess this is the way to explain things to guys. This movie just explained everything I’ve been trying to say—that we all start out happy and, as you go along, layers of experiences start covering you up, making you forget the person you really were.”

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