After Ranveer Singh-Deepika Padukone's adorable PDA at "Finding Fanny" success party, Katrina Kaif has spoken about her 'important' relationship with alleged beau Ranbir Kapoor.
The lovebirds, who have been bluntly denying media speculations about their off-screen affair, have of late been spotted together quite often. Be it a party or a dine-out – looks like Kapoor and Kaif have finally decided to admit to their 'special' friendship.
Cementing the conjecture, Kaif recently said in an interview that Kapoor holds an important place in her life. "I think it's a clear enough statement to make that Ranbir has a very important presence in my life. He is a big part of my life. People can understand, and be sufficiently satisfied with that. Beyond that, at this point, I don't think it's necessary to elaborate any more," she told The Hindustan Times.
Showering praises on her 'rumoured' beau, the actress also went on to say that he is an "Amazing" person and actor and added: "I feel everyone — to a large extent — is aware of his presence in my life."
But, strangely the "Dhoom 3" actress refused to give an update as to when they would tie the knot. "Marriage is a serious decision, and there can be a lot of changes in your life that have to be factored in to make your marriage successful. So, it's something you should approach with a lot of maturity, thought and love. When, and if, that happens, it won't be hidden," she said.
Interestingly, the two have displayed extreme affection for each other in the past few months. Due to hectic work schedule Kaif failed to get enough rest, which is said to have been a matter of concern for rumoured boyfriend Kapoor. He reportedly asked his love interest to take it easy and relax between shoots.
However, a few days ago, the leggy lass is said to have called ex-flame Salman Khan and not Kapoor to sort out a work issue, raising numerous eyebrows. According to reports, close to 15 people were on the sets opposing international make-up artist Daniel Bauer's sanction to work in the industry without registering with Cine Costume & Make- up Artists Association.
Clearing her stand on the matter, the actress said that Khan's make-up man's relative was a member of the association and so she had requested for help."I had a foreigner as my makeup artiste and he had a union card, so he thought that it was sufficient enough for him to work. But the other organisations objected to it. Later on, they resolved the issue. Salman's family has always been close to me and I hope it will remain like this, but I don't always call him for help," she told Mid Day.