Katrina Kaif - The Most Searched Bollywood Actress 2010

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Katrina Kaif is a gem for the Bollywood Industry. Her mother was British and Father was an Indian Kashmiri but she is very poor in Hindi. She has done lot of modeling assignments in London before coming into Hindi Film Industry. Her first modeling assignment was for a jewelry shop.
Although she is very poor in Hindi but look at her courage of doing films. She not only had done lot of Hindi movies but also few Telugu and Malayalam movies, and guesses what; she is not at all comfortable with any of these languages.
Her first hit Hindi movie was "Sarkar" but for her career the first hot was "Namaste London". Now she is a very strong character for Indian film industry and she has won lot of awards like Zee Cine Awards in 2008, Breakthrough Performance Award by StarDust for year 2005/06.
That's not all. She had won lot of awards in Hindi Film Industry. Some of them are Screen Awards (Entertainer of the Year) in year 2010, IIFA (International Indian Film Academy) Awards for Glamorous Diva of the Year in year 2008 and lot more. She was nominated 2 times for Best Actor (Female), 1 time for Negative Role, Star of the Year, Best Actress in supporting role, and Best Actress in leading role.

Her first movie was BOOM and was a big flop but Katrina proved her attitude and hard work in her two Telugu Movies 'Malliswari' and 'Pidugu'. She was the first actress in South Indian Cinema who had got 70 Lakh (highest amount so far) in a debut.
Not she a shining star of Indian Cinema and brand ambassador of many famous brands like Lakme, Veet, Kodak, Samsung, Slice, Spice Mobiles. In year 2005 she was chosen as face of the year for Lakme Fashion week.
Google has announced that in 2009 the most searched celebrity of Indian cinema was Katrina Kaif.

Nurit is the one of the Blogger Beginner, Bollywood Gossiper and Owner of Deepika Padukone News and Aamir Khan News Blog.

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