If anyone is looking for beauty in India then where will he go? She will go to explore the corridors of Bollywood because the most beautiful girls meet on the same and if the girls are so beautiful then it is obvious that their mother will not be less than them, then let’s see and know about the mother of Bollywood heroines.
1: Katrina Kaif
Katrina Kaif is one of Bollywood’s most successful actresses whose mother’s name is Sujain and she is British, she is currently engaged in work like donation and charity, and Limelite is rarely seen.Katrina Kaif is a British-Indian actress who has appeared as a leading lady in a number of Bollywood films. A foreigner, she had to suffer a lot of hardships to achieve fame. While she could hardly speak Hindi when she debuted, she dedicated herself to the task of refining her accent and now she not only memorizes her own lines but also of her co-actors. No one who has ever worked with her can deny that she is one of the few hard-working people in the industry. Debuting with the multi-starrer crime thriller ‘Boom’, she went on to create successful on-screen pairs with co-actors Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, and Ranbir Kapoor, with whom she has worked on multiple films over the years. She has also worked with many of the other Bollywood megastars including Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan and Hrithik Roshan. While she still does not own a house in India and works on a visa, she has earned a permanent place in the hearts of Indian movie fans for her charming appearance as well as strong performances.Katrina Kaif was born as Katrina Turquotte on July 16, 1983, in Hong Kong to British-Indian businessman Mohammed Kaif and British lawyer and social worker Suzanne Turquotte. After her father moved to the US leaving the family, her mother raised her and her seven siblings: an elder brother, Michael; elder sisters, Stephanie, Christine, and Natasha; and younger sisters, Melissa, Sonia, and Isabel.
There, she was spotted by London-based filmmaker Kaizad Gustad, who offered her a role in the 2003 erotic heist film ‘Boom’. In 2003, she walked the ramp at the India Fashion Week for fashion designer Rohit Bal and was featured in the first Kingfisher Calendar. However, she was dropped from the 2003 Mahesh Bhatt film ‘Saaya’ for her poor command over Hindi but managed to bag a role in the Telugu film ‘Malliswari’ in 2004. She started 2005 with a short role in the political thriller ‘Sarkar’ and later got her breakthrough role in the David Dhawan-directed romantic comedy, ‘Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya?’, which earned her critical acclaim. While it was her first of many films with Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, the next year she started another long-running collaboration with action hero Akshay Kumar with the film ‘Humko Deewana Kar Gaye’.In 2007, she cemented her foothold in Bollywood with four successful films in which she went past her “adorable screen presence” to appear in substantial roles. She starred opposite Akshay Kumar in ‘Namastey London’, worked with the Deols in ‘Apne’, teamed up again with David Dhawan and Salman Khan in ‘Partner’, and appeared in ‘Welcome’ featuring an ensemble cast including Akshay Kumar.In 2008, she worked with Saif Ali Khan and Akshaye Khanna in Abbas-Mustan’s action thriller ‘Race’ and again with Akshay Kumar in ‘Singh Is Kinng’, both of which earned her mixed to negative reviews.
She was praised for her convincing portrayal of a cello player in her next film opposite Salman Khan, ‘Yuvvraaj’, for which she practiced with orchestra members, but the film failed at the box office.To shed her “eye-candy” image, she appeared in the Kabir Khan-directed terrorism drama ‘New York’, starring John Abraham and Neil Nitin Mukesh, which released in 2009. The film achieved critical and commercial success while Katrina Kaif was praised for her strong acting and was nominated for ‘Filmfare Best Actress Award’ for the first time.In 2009, she made a guest appearance in another Akshay Kumar starrer, ‘Blue’, and starred opposite Ranbir Kapoor for the first time in the successful comedy film ‘Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani’ She also appeared in another comedy film, ‘De Dana Dan’, starring Kumar.She was part of the ensemble cast featuring Ranbir Kapoor, Ajay Devgan, Arjun Rampal, Nana Patekar and Manoj Bajpai in the 2010 blockbuster political thriller ‘Raajneeti’, in which her performance received positive reviews. That year she again teamed up with Akshay Kumar for the comedy film ‘Tees Maar Khan’, but the film failed at the box-office despite its superhit item song ‘Sheila Ki Jawani’, featuring her.In 2011, she was paired with one of her favorite Bollywood actors, Hrithik Roshan, in Zoya Akhtar’s multiple award-winning comedy dramas, ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’. Later that year, she earned another ‘Filmfare Best Actress Award’ nomination for her role in the film ‘Mere Brother Ki Dulhan’.