The model, dancer and one of the most attractive Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif recently said that her relation ended with Ranbir Kapoor two year ago. In her recent interview Katrina revealed that her breakup is blessing. Katrina Kaif recently gave surprised to everyone, when she attended the Ranveer and Deepika’s wedding reception in Mumbai. The actress attended the event to congratulate the newlyweds and looked attractive in a simple ivory saree.
In an Interview Katrina Kaif refuses to believe in having any regrets and she said, “The single-most useless emotion on the planet. She further elaborated that, “Whatever decision you make at that time in your life, it’s the best decision you could have made at that moment. That’s why you made it! Now, it’s hindsight. Of what use is hindsight?”
While in interview with Vogue magazine she revealed that, “It’s probably one of the first times in my life where I really had only myself to focus on. And when you focus on yourself, often, the first thing you realize is that you don’t really know yourself. According to her, the breakup period with Ranbir Kapoor is the period of knowing herself. She said when you are not in your comfortable period; it means you are seeing yourself as what and who you are. It just like that you are in raw form without any artificiality around you thus it makes you to accept that you know nothing about yourself.
Taking it in her pace, she added, “I now see it as a blessing because I was able to recognize my patterns, thought processes and things that I had been so sure of my whole life. I could see them from a whole different perspective.”
For Katrina Kaif, the last two years may have been intense but she’s made it out in style, and with new-found grit. Well she said that this is perhaps the first time ever, where she focused on her. Describing the unrest as the times in life when one feels the ground from underneath shake, and all the predictable reactions that follow—from ‘oh my life is over, I’ll never be happy’ to niggling self-doubt and insecurities. She says she’s grateful for it because it forced a period of self-evaluation. “I now see it as a blessing because I was able to recognize my patterns, thought processes and things that I had been so sure of my whole life. I could see them from a whole different perspective.”