Why did Katrina Kaif hold Manoj Bajpayee’s feet in front of everyone, ‘that’ moment was embarrassing!

Actor Manoj Bajpayee and actress Katrina Kaif need no introduction today. Both have made their own identity in Bollywood. Manoj and Katrina worked together in the film ‘Rajneeti’ which was released on 4 June 2010. There were many celebrities in the film. By the way, the film Rajneeti was a hit film of 2010. Along with Katrina, Manoj, Ajay Devgan, Nana Patekar and Ranbir Kapoor also played lead roles in the film.

There were many celebrities in the film. Like this The Katrina Experience Others had less. Despite this, the actress ruled the hearts of the fans with her acting. But when the film premiered, Katrina held Manoj Bajpayee’s feet in front of everyone. Manoj Bajpayee’s dialogue in the film ‘Karaara Jawab Milega’ is still popular.

Why did Katrina hold Manoj Bajpayee’s feet?

14 years ago when the film was premiered for the star cast, a crowd of celebrities had gathered to watch the film. After watching the film, Katrina, who was fed up with Manoj Bajpayee’s performance, held his feet in front of everyone. But then Manoj Bajpayee felt hesitant.

Manoj Bajpayee also revealed about this in an interview. Katrina held my feet in front of everyone and bowed down. This was the honor she gave me after seeing my performance in the film. But I felt old then…’ Otherwise Manoj Bajpayee also praised the actress.

Like Manoj Bajpayee, Katrina has also cemented her place in Bollywood. Katrina remains in the news not only because of her professional life but also because of her personal life. Fans loved the pairing of Ranbir-Katrina in the film ‘Rajneeti’

Then the discussions about their relationship also became stormy. Ranbir and Katrina dated each other for many years. But their relationship could not reach marriage. But today both are happy in their personal life too. Katrina is married to actor Vicky Kaushal. The actress always shares photos and videos with her husband on social media.

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