Katrina Kaif is being roped in for some very exciting projects after her performance in her last film Zero was praised unanimously by critics. Even though Zero did not perform as well on the box office as it should have, Katrina is being offered roles that are going to be even more challenging than any of the roles she's done in the past.
She will soon be seen in Bharat, Salman Khan's period film that spans over four decades. In the trailer, Katrina is playing 'Madam Sir' a bureaucratic officer who talks back to Bharat, Salman Khan's character, in a witty, smart way. Katrina looks gorgeous and her dialogue delivery is on point. She's also been signed on by box office king Rohit Shetty to appear alongside Akshay Kumar in Sooryavanshi, which is another addition in the series of hero-cops in the Rohit Shetty universe.
The latest exciting news to come regarding Katrina is how the diva is being approached for a biopic. Among all films and in their genres, biopics are the most difficult and Katrina had not yet played the central role in any. According to some reports, she has been approached to play the PT Usha, the Padma Shri and Arjuna Awards winning athlete. Bollywood has recently done plenty of films that are around biopics and the future seems to follow a similar trend as well.
The multilingual biopic is to be directed by ad filmmaker and director Revathy S Varma. Revathy S Varma has plenty of repute in the South and reports suggest that actress may sign the dotted line very soon.