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When Katrina Kaif took a day off from dance session, just wanted to sit and talk

Mumbai, June 12, 2019-

Actress Katrina Kaif wanted to take a day off from a dance practice session, and instead just wanted to sit and talk about it.

Katrina gave a sneak peek of one of her practice sessions on Instagram stories with some videos.

In one clip, Katrina didn’t seem to be in the mood to practice. She can be seen sitting on the floor, and captioned it: “Can we please just sit and talk?”

In another video, the “Tiger Zinda Hai” star is seen standing and talking, and then finally in the last video, she starts dancing.

On the work front, Katrina, whose latest release “Bharat” has crossed the Rs 150 crore mark at the Indian box office, will next be seen in Rohit Shetty directed “Sooryavanshi”, which is slated to release next year.  (Agency)

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