Unlike most other celebrities in her league, Tiger Zinda Hai actress Katrina Kaif’s Instagram feed may not be brimming with food pictures, but she is a true-blue foodie at heart. One of Bollywood’s most popular actresses, Kaif has, time and again, spoken about her love affair with food. In fact, at a recent event in New Delhi, she told a news agency that nothing cheers her up better than a good meal. Hence, today, on the occasion of her birthday, we take a look at all the times she shared her food secrets and made us feel she’s just another girl next door.
1. When she revealed that her secret indulgences are pasta with LOTS of cheese and kheer.
2. Oh, and that moment when she said that her biggest weakness is a cinnamon roll and she could eat three large ones in one go. Go, Katrina!
3. When she couldn’t stop talking about her love for street foods such as chaat, parantha, and kebabs. In a recent interview, she was quoted saying, "I love street food and any street place that offers paya with kadak pav will instantly be a favourite for me. I can eat my heart out with paya and pav. I also love seafood, with prawns and crabs being my comfort food.”
4. Remember her Koffee with Karan appearance? The diva admitted to finishing a whole pizza on her own.
5. When she ringed in her birthday with a plate full of yummy pancakes.
6. Kaif has wholeheartedly professed her love for cakes. Have you seen that multi-layered coffee cake that made an appearance on her Instagram? Or the three pre-birthday cakes she received from fans and colleagues? We have to admit, the Disney one was one of our favourites.
7. When she took it upon herself to inform her fans about the best eateries in London and Delhi. In an interview, she spoke about the best places to eat street food in Delhi—chaat at Delhi’s Bengali Market and, kebab and paranthas in Chandni Chowk were a couple of her suggestions.
8. When the diva reminisced her most memorable meal while travelling. “There was this little Italian restaurant in Innsbruck, Austria. We ate there regularly when we were shooting for Yuvvraaj. I don’t remember the name of the eatery, but the pastas were fresh and heavenly. It was a very small restaurant and someone from the crew had discovered it. Austria has many such small restaurants and cafés where the chef uses the catch of the day, or even the fresh ingredients he finds in the local market,” she told a newspaper.
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