Katrina Kaif, who was last seen in Bharat opposite Salman Khan, had to go through a tough time as her last film did average business at the box-office. This morning, reports of Chikni Chameli girl instantly saying ‘Yes!’ to filmmaker Vikas Bahl’s upcoming film, made headlines. According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, the actress was approached by Vikas for a movie, which has been tentatively titled Deadly. Reportedly, the film also features legendary actor Mr. Amitabh Bachchan and Katrina would portray the role of his daughter
Soon after this news made headlines, it didn’t seem to go down well with the Twitterati. Netizens slammed the actress and posted some nasty comments for her on working with #MeToo accused, Vikas Bahl. The filmmaker is accused of sexually harassing her colleague during the promotions of Bombay Velvet way back in the year 2015. But now, the Welcome actress has put all rumours to rest and cleared that she is not a part of Vikas Bahl’s Deadly.
Huffington Post got in touch with the actress and cleared the air. Confirming the news, it was tweeted, “UPDATE: heard back from Katrina Kaif, who said that the Mumbai Mirror report - of her doing a film titled ‘Deadly’ with Vikas Bahl - is untrue”
UPDATE: heard back from Katrina Kaif, who said that the Mumbai Mirror report - of her doing a film titled ‘Deadly’ with Vikas Bahl - is untrue 🙏— Ankur Pathak (@aktalkies) March 24, 2020
Likewise had happened when Deepika Padukone too was slammed by Twitteratis when she was snapped outside #MeToo accused Luv Ranjan’s office with Ranbir Kapoor. The actress had later withdrawn herself and had clearly stated that she would never work with any filmmaker who has been accused in the #MeToo movement. (ALSO READ: Farah Khan Slammed By Netizens For Partying With #MeToo Accused Vikas Bahl)
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